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09. 11. 2004

IRIS Displays

Another innovation on display at DemoMobile that I hope we'll be seeing sooner rather than later is this IRIS motion control display from F-Origin that lets you view full-size documents on small PDA or phone screens by simply moving the display around as if it were a mirror you were turning to get a full view of your face. I'm sure the twisting would get tiresome if you were trying to read lengthy documents but it might still be preferable to squinting to see teeny tiny fonts on a PDA.
Buzzmodo was there and has good coverage of the speakers and presentations at DemoMobile. Buzz reports that there didn't appear to be women on any of the panels.

Posted by Mia    Category: devices
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