Using a Kinect and projector, Mato Mato developed a display that you interact with using a liquid surface as the interface. It has desktop applications but it’s the game ideas shown off at the end that really captured our attention.
A 0.3mm thick flexible OLED display which can be bent or shaped to create cool new gadgets. Here, Samsung exec Brian Berkeley demos the tech on a curved smartphone to increase screen real estate.
Probably the coolest thing we saw at CES 2012, it uses over 6.2 million tiny LEDs, providing the smoothest, brightest, most colorful images we’ve ever seen. Too bad it’s just a prototype – for now.
Apple’s new 2560×1440 LED-backlit 27-incher adds Thunderbolt I/O support, zipping data along 12x faster than Firewire 800. Built-in FaceTime HD cam and a MagSafe connector juices up MacBooks.
This 24″ 3D LCD lets two players see different perspectives in 2D full-screen mode at once. $500 gets you the display, an HDMI cable, one pair of active 3D glasses, and Motorstorm: Apocalypse.
Forget multi-monitor setups. Ostendotech’s 43″ CRVD 2880 x 900 curved display is all you need, whether for work or play. Ostendotech will even install and calibrate your display upon delivery.
3D displays are everywhere these days. But Sony is showing off the next generation of 3-dimensional screens, providing 360-degree volumetric images that you can walk around and gesture control.