One day, your computer will be a big-ass table with pictures of other people's kids all over it. We know it, Microsoft knows it and--judging by its fancy X-Desk surface computer--Epson knows it too.
The X-Desk works in much the same way as Microsoft's alternative, the Surface. An Epson positioned in the base of the table projects an image up toward a diffuser on the surface, while infrared Epson beneath recognize objects and gestures.
Epson reckons it'll be used in retail outlets for interactive gadget comparisons; in bars and clubs for interactive cocktail menus; in hotels for checking into rooms; and in houses of the future for looking at pictures of other people's kids. You know the sort of thing.
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(Via Crave UK)