While Fruit Ninja can be played on many mobile devices that support the iOS App Store and Google Play store, we’ve never seen anything like this. Russian company Displair demoed a device at CES 2013 that projects a mobile device, such as an iPhone or iPad, on a wall of vapor, and has a built-in sensor to record touches on the water.
The company projected Fruit Ninja from a Windows 8 tablet onto the sheet of vapor, allowing people to play the game as they would on the tablet. Now keep in mind you are basically playing a game that is being project infront of you in thin air. The vapor recognizes swipes and taps to slice fruit as it shoots up into view.
Ultimately, Displair can project anything that a mobile device could and virtually works with any app or game out there. We’re sure joystick-type games would be difficult to play and would need a bit of tweaking. But that’s okay since Displair is currently only available to businesses for around $10,000, with customers being able to purchase one in the next 5 years.
Source: Huffington Post
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