• See-through display

    See-through display

    A see-through display is an electronic display that allows the user to see what is shown on the glass screen while still being able to see through it. It is a technology that has been around for a decade or two, but only as of 2012 was it being incorporated by companies such as Samsung, Planar Systems, and taptl into consumer products like handheld devices, televisions, and other technology as well as building materials such as glass. These screens can be used for augmented reality, a way of enhancing your view of the world with digital images overlaid onto real ones, and other applications such as shopping displays and more sophisticated computer screens.

  • Self-made Multitouch System

    Self-made Multitouch System

    Our Multitouch system is based on frustrated total internal reflection (FTIR), a phenomenon familiar to both the biometric and robot sensing communities. It acquires true touch image information at high spatial and temporal resolutions, is scalable to large installations, and is well suited for use with rear-projection. It aims to make the technology readily available to those who wish to explore the multi-touch interaction techniques that this system enables.