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Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a system for making any surface interactive. The Omni-Touch consists of a shoulder mounted depth camera and a short-throw pico projector. The depth camera can sense whether an object, in this case a finger, is hovering over or touching a surface. This allows for an intuitive interface to [...]
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