Developed by researchers at Keio University in Japan, the RePro3D is basically a system that “allows the user to directly interactive with a 3D character through virtual touch; [it is] composed of a tactile finger interface, a glasses-free 3D display originating from a computer model, and an infrared camera that can recognize the movements of the user’s hand.” Video after the break.

[via Dvice]


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