Virtual projection keyboard technology with haptic feedback on palm of your hand
3D projection systems and interfaces are going to be the future of technology implied in gizmos and gadgets which already are an integral part of our life. Just like the 3dim Tech’s gesture control technology, the design team over at University of Tokyo headed by professor Masatoshi Ishikawa and Hiroyuki Shinoda have developed a interface system that projects a virtual keyboard or any other interactive display on your hand, paper or any other random surface for providing input to your gadget(s). Powered by around 2,000 ultrasonic wave emitters that provide haptic feedback for action or pressure on the keyboard keys that are virtually projected on your hand, the new technology has immense potential for the future.
It means that you’d be able to operate your computer, smartphone, tablets or any other gadget from any location in the company office or home. The technology is a long way from completion yet as it has still 5 years to go before we would see a commercial application rolled out to the public but it looks good enough so far.