1.    01 Dec 2011 #1
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    15 Futuristic Display Technologies That Will Change The Way You See The World

    After watching Captain Picard solving all those Victorian murder mysteries on the Enterprise’s holodeck, we have to say that staring at a basic, flat-panel monitor is sooooo 20th century. Wasn’t the future of television watching supposed to be way cooler than this by now? Yeah, it was, but don’t worry; those spiffy high-tech displays have only been delayed, not scrapped entirely. A veritable army of hard-working engineers have been laboring day and night to bring flexible phones, holograms you can feel, physical 3D interfaces, and touchscreen, well, everything to your living room, car and workplace sometime soon. And hey, we’ve got actual pictures to prove it!

    Actually, about those pictures: still images just don’t do justice to a lot of these futuristic displays. We’ve provided links below each image so that you can check out this tech for yourself in full low-def YouTube video glory. Also, if this journey through futuristic outputs piques your interest about what’s barreling down the pipeline, be sure to check out our Futuristic Interfaces gallery for a look at the input side of things. But enough babble: let’s dive headfirst into the world of tomorrow. Hope you brought a time stabilizer!
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  2.    05 Dec 2011 #2
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    Re: 15 Futuristic Display Technologies That Will Change The Way You See The World

    I have read of, and seen attempts in old movies from the 1930s, of Tri-D or 3D screens. I would love to be able to see and manipulate objects like drawings ni a 3D television screen, stand on any side, etc.

    Last fall I read of a 9x11 inch, newspaper thickness ereader screen. The company making wouldn't show the power or cables. But it looked very good.
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  3.    06 Dec 2011 #3
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    Re: 15 Futuristic Display Technologies That Will Change The Way You See The World

    Wow, that hand touch screen looks nice...
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