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LuminAR reinvents the traditional incandescent bulb and desk lamp, evolving them into a new category of robotic, digital information devices.
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This is too cool. Well done my fellow engineers.
Excellent, bring on the UDI – User Dictated Interface!
I’d like to see that combined with holographic projection, example
This reminds me of the pixar lamb
Cool. I hope to find the LuninAR in retail stores soon (2012?).
Wow, there are many uses for such human-machine interface. As small beamers get cheap, the mass-production of such lamp should be relatively low. Of course, a good software is the key of success for such device. Nice!
I only say:
It´s really cool!
We would just buy it for our office to testing and likely later distribute it.
Best regards from Germany Stuttgart Area
[...] can watch a LabCast video of Linder explaining LuminAR, a project of the Media Lab’s Fluid Interfaces project. « Multiple Alumni to be [...]
wow.it encourages me to be a roboticist!
[...] 并非如 ZDNet 台湾报道所言是这次 25 周年庆上初次亮相，比如今年 6 月份 Media Lab 网站上就发布过演示视频了。Fluid Interfaces 小组的所有项目都秉承同样的 [...]
This is really nice and provides the flexibility we need.
I’ll wait for a 3D version )
Great Where can I buy one!
Good work, keep it up. I’ll be following your progress.
I’m definitely getting something like that at some point in the near future. I feel imprisoned in front of the monitor as well.
gerçekten harika birşey.alışveriş merkezlerinde ve meydanlarda harika olur.
[...] can watch a LabCast video of Linder explaining LuminAR, a project of the Media Lab’s Fluid Interfaces project. « Multiple Alumni to [...]
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