Skinput: Touchscreen Interface based on your Skin

While most researchers are trying to improve the interfaces used on PC, cellphones and MP3 players, Carnegie Mellon University and have developed a touch- for your . That’s really terrific! The ‘’ includes a micro-sized pico projector, which is embedded in an armband to beam an interface on the . But it actually uses an acoustic detector —which would match the sound frequencies with specific locations—to recognize which part  you’ve tapped. The revolutionary technology also supports wireless applications like Bluetooth.

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