Displair opens a new era in the evolution of visual technologies
With coming of a brand new Displair projection technology images floating in the air is no longer a dream. Displair provides a way to draw steady yet permeable picture in ambient air. Thanks to its accurate gesture sensing system, it is able to capture user’s hand movements to manipulate objects in free space. The “basis” of the image is created inside of aerodynamic layer of dry vapour composed of ultra-fine selected water droplets. 3-dimensional interactivity is made possible with an aid of IR sensors and video camera registration.
Natural manner interaction in free space
Packed with a custom-tailored gesture recognition system, Displair uses an equivalent of 3D multi-touch to establish a new level of user-to-machine interaction, now in free space. One may manipulate visible objects right in the air: zoom, move, scale, swipe to the side and even create new items – all with an ease of hand movements. Altogether, this makes use of DisplAir natural and full of fun.
It’s a small wonder that translucent images may look slightly obscure depending on ambient space and availability of light. Our special image color tuning technology makes the picture bright and rich in contrast in all conditions.
Here at Displair, we are dedicated to making free and open space around us. Our system creates a translucent and freely permeable image thus contributing to making open space behind it. The device draws a steady picture which remains consistent even when interrupted by penetrating objects.
There are many pioneering ideas that are turned into technology inside of Displair. A one example that helps retain image steadiness even during possible windflaws is an aerodynamic image supportive system – a meticulously engineered airflow jacket.