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See-Through Computer Unveiled

A transparent computer that allows users to reach inside and touch digital content has been unveiled at the TED conference in Los Angeles.

TED fellow Jinha Lee has been working on the SpaceTop 3D desktop in collaboration with Microsoft.

Allowing people to interact with machines in the same way they do with solid objects could make computing much more intuitive, he told the BBC.

Source: BBC. Read full article. (link)

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  • EDG reppin' LBC||

    A transparent computer that allows users to reach inside and touch digital content has been unveiled at the TED conference in Los Angeles.

    Actually, the TED conference is held in Long Beach. Just saying...

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