OEM manufacturer custom keyboard desk for Angola Manufacturers
whole shape size: 910mm*685mm keyboard size: 910mm*380mm desktop size: 910mm*500mm base size: 820mm*620mm min height of desk: 150mm min height of keyboard: 20mm max height of desk: 540mm max height of keyboard: 390mm
OEM manufacturer custom keyboard desk for Angola Manufacturers Detail:
|whole shape size:||910mm*685mm||keyboard size:||910mm*380mm|
|desktop size:||910mm*500mm||base size:||820mm*620mm|
|min height of desk:||150mm||min height of keyboard:||20mm|
|max height of desk:||540mm||max height of keyboard:||390mm|
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Flexpad is a highly flexible display interface. It introduces a novel way of interacting with flexible displays by using detailed deformations. Using a Kinect camera and a projector, Flexpad transforms virtually any sheet of paper or foam into a flexible, highly deformable and spatially aware handheld display. It uses a novel approach for tracking deformed surfaces from depth images very robustly, in high detail and in real time. As a result, the display is considerably more deformable than previous work on flexible handheld displays, enabling novel applications that leverage the high expressiveness of detailed deformation. We illustrate these unique capabilities through three application examples: curved cross-cuts in volumetric images, deforming virtual paper characters, and slicing through time in videos.
Publication: Jürgen Steimle, Andreas Jordt, and Pattie Maes. “Flexpad: Highly Flexible Bending Interactions for Projected Handheld Displays”. Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Human Factors in Computing (CHI 2013).
By Miguel 2015-11-29 15:24
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