SOURCE: Displair

January 08, 2013 10:58 ET

Touchable Air: Displair Unveils the Future of Virtual Computing Displays at CES

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - Jan 8, 2013) - Displair, a visionary, multi-touch interactive computer monitor made of nothing but touchable air -- will preview at CES 2013 before its U.S. launch later in 2013. Displair's vision is to create new visual and gesture technologies, replacing traditional glass screen monitors with more engaging, less environmentally wasteful methods of viewing and interacting with computers.

Displair projects a computer image on a thin stream of air infused with microscopic water particles. Using highly tuned software and gesture technology, a user can navigate the screen simply by touching the air. The air droplets are so small, that fingers stay dry. Displair will be available initially in the U.S. for high-end consumers, healthcare professionals, education, hotels, clubs, restaurants and out-of-home digital advertisers.

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Sample Videos of People Using Displair:

About Displair
Displair, makers of a multi-touch interactive computer monitor made of nothing but touchable air, will launch in the U.S. later in 2013. Displair's vision is to replace traditional glass screen monitors with more engaging, less environmentally wasteful monitors. Displair was founded and still has office in Astrakhan, Russia. The company received a $1 million round of funding in May 2012 from the Leta Group. For more information, visit Displair.com.

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