NTT IT is part of the corporate giant NTT from Japan, and they have recently unveiled their Tenoripop Concept (TeNoRi means “In the Hand” or “hand built”), where this unique interface enables people to interact with not only images but video as well. What you see here is a NTT researcher holding a character in the hand, which will be mixed with another when two hands bearing one character each are joined. To get a better idea of what the Tenoripop concept is capable of in the future, imagine opening up a map by placing your palms, face up, together, and closing the map is as easy as closing your hands. We wonder how soon will it be before such technology becomes commonplace in our everyday life.
Next Story: Laser For Bikes
- 2013-06-03: Gigabyte BRIX Mini PC Prototypes Shown Off
- 2013-05-15: Erick Tseng Envisioned Electric Display Wrapped Around Phone
- 2013-04-08: Renault Concept Car Boasts Of Neon LED Cocoon
- 2013-04-03: Meet Pars, The Aerial Rescue Robot
- 2013-04-03: Phinergy Air Car Concept