MistForm: Adaptive Shape Changing Fog Screens




MistForm is a shape changing fog display that combines affordances from both shape changing interfaces and mid-air displays. The display can morph into a concave display to maintain content in comfortable reach for a single user or take a convex shape to support several users engaged on individual tasks. Similarly, the display can affect the brightness and blurriness of the fog at specific locations around the display, creating spaces with similar (collaboration) or different visibility (personalised content).
Source: Interact Lab
Read more: dl.acm.org
Holographic Technology
Futuristic Displays
MistForm, Holographic Technology, Futuristic Display, Adaptive Shape Changing Fog Screens, University of Sussex

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