Disposable touch interface makes paper interactive

The innovations surrounding touch interfaces are still evolving as exampled by the latest creation from Japan's Keio University.

A research group at the university developed a touch interface that utilizes paper as the point of contact and responds to input such as surface curvature and even air blown from a user using active stereo vision to enable 3D image measurement. The group believes the interface could one day be used in commerce environments as interactive tickets for events. You can see the paper interface in action in the video below.

Via DigInfo

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