Over at MIT, they’ve been working on something that might just be the next generation of user interfaces: Shapeshifting Augmented Reality Display. To put it simply, a bed of movable pins is connected to computers that can read digital content, such as a video of you moving your hands, onto a physical 3D space. The pins move up and down to render the video quite incredibly. This technology could be used to hold hands with someone across the planet, share physical things digitally, and even help to teach someone mathematical formulas, and this is only the beginning. Check out the video below to see how incredible this technology is!
About Tara Foote
Tara is a co-founder of Classroom Antics. She loves books and beaches, and she's a mom to two crazy teenagers. Tara graduated from the University of Cincinnati with undergraduate degrees in Marketing and Management, and later attended Cleveland State to attain her Master's degree in the same fields. The favorite part of her Classroom Antics job is helping kids find their passion and purpose in life.