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IRIS, a transparent tablet with and augmented reality 6 September 2011

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IRIS, a transparent tablet

What will the shelves of tomorrow be like? A question to which a group of South Korean designers responded with a concept quite innovative called Iris.

IRIS is a futuristic Tablet equipped with an OLED touchscreen and transparent screen. In addition to multimedia applications and the connection internet, the Tablet has augmented reality functionality. With this option, it looms as an interesting navigation system. Indeed, the transparency of its screen suggests the road. Indicators and other information useful for navigation then appear on the screen with the route. Which is much better than a webcast in real-time of the images captured by a camera back. IRIS is also a boon for architects because it allows intuitively design three-dimensional Interior plans. Slate is also capable of scanning documents from behind the screen while translating texts.

IRIS recharges by induction. Liu-Wei, Yao Kai-Chi, Hong Ruei-Hong and Cheng Ya-Fang are the

[via tabletmax]

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