Japanese researchers have developed the world’s first 3D TV system where you can touch and feel the images that pop out from the screen.
The technology allows users to manipulate the 3D images, giving them the sensation of moving, squashing or stretching them.
Six motion-detector cameras are used to monitor the viewer’s fingers and tiny clips attached to their index digits vibrate when they ‘touch’ an image. The multiple cameras are angled so that there are no blind spots.
Read more about this in Mail Online.
Of course this is still in it’s infancy, but just imagine what is around the corner, this technology could have a heap of different uses, not only for games etc. but for disabled people as well.