Future of Screen Technology

This is the result of the Open Innovation experiment. It is an experience video showing the future of screen technology with stretchable screens, transparent screens and e-ink displays, to name a few.

(thank you Micle)

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  1. looking forward to this … elegant

  2. This reminds me of this 3 year old (already!) video from microsoft:
    http://blogs.msdn.com/b/healthblog/archive/2007/08/02/future-vision-microsoft-knowledge-driven-health.aspx

    Scroll down to the bottom for the youtube movie.

  3. Brings a whole new meaning to “liquid layouts”

  4. I just hope the YouTube comments don’t make their way onto my bathroom mirror! Please kill me if that ever happens.

  5. i know it sounds crazy-but it is very important for those screens to be active becouse of the pressure, not the warmth as it is in iphone-otherwise it is impossible to deal with this technology if you have long nails.

  6. I can definitely see this happening soon we already have most of the capability to do all of it… now let’s just hope everything gets designed as beautifully as shown because god knows if I have to see god awful looking UI and terrible looking websites on my mirror everyday I think I’d have to kill myself

  7. Information overload anyone?? ;)

    The stretchable display looks cool though. The mirror is kind of an overkill imho.

  8. I don’t know what amazes me the most: to be able to access this kind of technology in 2014 or Sweden winning the World Cup… ever…. ;-)

  9. All that innovation makes his keyboard look antique. Did they leave the mouse on the desk as an oversight, or to soothe those who fear change?

  10. I don’t think there’s a change for Sweden to win the worlcup….

  11. I just heard from it – and you already bring it, thank you!

  12. Excellent. As I also reminded me of what Guido says
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SKJIcHOAyU&feature=player_embedded

    I hope they do soon!
    greetings.

  13. Whilst there’s some exciting looking stuff on display here, this video quietly horrifies me.

    Can we allow ourselves some time to catch up with our technology so that we actually have something worthwhile to do with it, rather than forwarding pointless news stories to our bored mates?

  14. @ andy rainford: true, we also would like to expand the use cases. Serving a better purpose than share, but in this video we didn’t want to push to much at once so we took a familiar use case. If you have more interesting ones I’m all ears.

    @bird leaving the keyboard divided the crowd in two. some people saw it as a fail and that it should have been a touch keyboard whilst others say they like the “original” keyboard so much they would never consider typing long e-mails on touch screens.

    and to all, yes we have seen the Microsoft 2019, and we did like it. however their focus is on changing everything in the world in a ten year span, while we wanted to look at how UI will have to change depending on tech and behaviour.

    hope the movie inspired you, wheter you liked it or not

    /marcus (TAT)

  15. this is cool.i want get it.when can i buy this device?

  16. And i bet technology in the future will pass our imagination and the view we have now is limited – just think about what people imagined 50 years ago technology will look like – or make it even 20 years ago.

  17. Great post, definitely can see the future headed in this direction.. the mouse and keyboard are almost primitive tools in the future of digital interaction though, so I find them to be redundant in this video.

  18. greatt.. that innovation makes his keyboard “wow”

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