National Press Coverage for Interactive Display Researchers
Research by two PhD students from Lancaster Univeristy's HighWire programme has been featured in an article by the Daily Mail.
John Hardy and Carl Ellis's interactive projected displays can transform any surface into in a tablet-like computer, the displays have been dubbed 'the next big thing in home technology'.
The pair hope to commercialise their research through their company H & E Inventions which you can follow on twitter at twitter.com/HEInventions.
To view the full article and watch their video go to the Daily Mail website from the following link:
Tue 16 July 2013
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Story supplied by LU Press Office
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