You might be able to get your hands -- but not your head -- around this amazing MIT "dynamic shape display"

inFORM takes 3D modeling to a new level at MIT's Tangible Media Group

MIT's Tangible Media Lab has revealed 3D "dynamic shape display" technology that enables you to remotely manipulate objects through a screen or on a table in front of you. The technology could have applications for everything from urban planning/architecture to telemedicine, according to the inFORM team. Words don't do this technology justice, so check out the video below.

inFORM - Interacting With a Dynamic Shape Display from Tangible Media Group on Vimeo.

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