Could this be a preview of the display technology that we’ll be using in the future? The bright minds at MIT media lab have given a demonstration on a new display technology called BiDi (bi-directional display interface) that can read your hand gestures, allowing you to control the objects that are displayed on the screen. This is achieved by the optical sensors in the display which track the location of your hand. Check out the video above to see what it’s all about. Cool huh?
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