Monday, March 21, 2005

Transparent PCs (kind of...) on flickr

Check out this flickr search: and this photo pool:

It will show you (mostly) a series of photographs of "transparent" PCs. A sort of tromp d'oleil where you use a photo of what's behind your PC as your desktop wallpaper. The result:

A seriously convincing and clever looking set-up. This reminds me of the "invisible coat" developed by some scientists over in Japan. In essence, it was a jacket that reflected a projected image from a live feed camera positioned directly behind the subject. Yes, not really too high tech in this form, but in the future nanocameras and nanodisplays would make this more usable.


Blogger Andrew said...

tres cool

8:12 AM


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