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: