Now that Google Glass is out in the public, what does the future hold for the device? Will we as a society accept this device, and what apps would we use? Toronto-based creative agency Playground Inc. has answered this question with a concept video that envisions what we may be using Glass for in the coming months.
Developer Francois Beaufort has published information leaking a new device named Chromebook Pixel. It is a Google-made Chromebook with a full touchscreen, running at 2560 x 1700 resolution.
Disney Research have released a paper detailing their rather intuitive new touch-sensing technology, which they're calling Touché.
Ahead of the iPad announcement on March 7, Aatma Studios have released an iPad 3 concept features video, with retina display and the use of 3D holographics and table projections.
The first extravagant conceptual design choice to immediately take note of is the use of an edge-to-edge display measured at 2560x1140 pixels (a.k.a 'retina'). With the complete surface being a screen, alluding to a larger display, the entire front panel works as the home button to the user.
University of Georgia student Jan-Michael Cart has posted a video demonstrating his ideas for tweaking the UI, particularly around Notification Centre in iOS5, adding some rather worthwhile implementations that have managed to get him hired as a UI/UX Design Intern at Apple.
So after Nokia took a stab at the flexible display, Samsung had to throw it's hat into the ring after dancing with the technology for quite a while, by introducing a rather curious conceptualism in the form of the Samsung Mobile Display.