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#1 kyfire


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Posted 14 November 2012 - 11:17 AM

If this is the wrong place for this I apoligize.

Intel researchers work on new way to display, share images
Pictures and video can be rearranged, enlarged with just a touch on walls, tables

Computerworld - Intel researchers are working on a new way to display photos and videos, making them more social and collaborative.

"It's about being able to display images of any type on any surface," said Manny Vara, senior technology evangelist for Intel. "It changes the way we interact with things. It makes our images more interactive."

Researchers demonstrated the technology, which is still in development, at Intel's European Research & Innovation Conference in Barcelona last month.

Vara demonstrated the project, dubbed Display without Borders, with a laptop, a Microsoft Connect sensor and a projector. Intel didn't give a timeframe for when the technology might go to market..

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