Hands on with Docmoco's Google Glass-like project
Oct 1, 2013 9:42 AM
A research project on show at the Ceatec electronics show in Japan turns just about any object into a touch interface, opening up the opportunity to rely on more than just a tablet or smartphone for touch interaction.
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