Monday, April 24, 2006

Extreme Wearable 3D Interface!

:: This is guaranteed to garner some odd looks!
++ Personal Tech: USA / Hartmut Esslinger / Frog Design

PC Magazine asked the industry's top design experts to reveal their most innovative ideas for future products. Some of these concepts will become commercial products in the near future. For others, we'll have to wait until the technology catches up with the imagination. The Tribons is one of these!

The Tribons is a wearable laser projection system that exists mostly in the imagination of frog design CEO Hartmut Esslinger, the legendary visionary behind early Apple computers.

Controlled by an intuitive 3D interface, the Tribons projects educational material and gives kids (and other humans) access to environments they would otherwise not be able to experience!
Note From Technophile: An extra module can monitor the wearer's health. Additional modules can monitor whatever fits within the imagination of the designer (or the needs of the humans who will be wearing them)!
:: Source: [PC Magazine]
:: Image Credits: [PC Magazine]
:: Innovation: Wearable, intuitive 3D interface.
:: Available: Unknown.
:: Cost: Unknown.
"I never think of the future. It comes soon enough." ~Albert Einstein

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