“Displair – it is Russian company, which represents a water-based monitor that projects an image over fog at CES 2013. It responds to hand movements via an infrared camera that recognizes 1,500 touches per second", - reports the blog of American newspaper "The Denver Post.”
“It’s as speedy as your iPad,” said Sergey Sergeev, head of marketing for Displair.
He also said, that the display is the equivalent of a 30-inch screen and is compatible with Android and Windows 7-based computers.
It’s not exactly a consumer product. Sergeev said the device will be released in the U.S. this year and is geared toward the corporate world for use with presentations and workshops.