CES 2013: Displair – a touchscreen made ​​using water vapor (Video)

This touchscreen – Displair, was built by a company in Russia and it works using a machine that produces water vapor, but also a Windows 7 tablet with touchscreen and a camera.

The tablet’s screen is projected on vapors, the camera records the movements and allows the interaction.

All that can be done on the touchscreen tablet can also be seen ​​on Displair.

Here we are talking about almost any kind of games in which you use yrou fingers to control what happens on the screen.

Displair costs about $ 10,000, but it can also be rented for $ 1,000 per day.

Jason Gilbert from the Huffington Post plays Fruit Ninja on this interesting touchscreen.

Watch the video below:

Source: Displair Via Huffington Post