Osaka University researcher Daisuke Iwai has developed a new technology which allows people to paint using thermal vision technology. Video demonstration after the jump.

ThermoPainter can detect temperature change regions on a sensing surface as touch regions when objects hotter or colder than the surface touch it. In the system, users can use a physical paintbrush with hot water and an airbrush with cold water in spite of paint as they use in the real world, and even use their own fingers, hands, and breaths directly because of their own body heat.

[via w-m-m-n-a]

Osaka University researcher Daisuke Iwai has developed a new technology which allows people to paint using thermal vision technology. Video demonstration after the jump.

ThermoPainter can detect temperature change regions on a sensing surface as touch regions when objects hotter or colder than the surface touch it. In the system, users can use a physical paintbrush with hot water and an airbrush with cold water in spite of paint as they use in the real world, and even use their own fingers, hands, and breaths directly because of their own body heat.

[via w-m-m-n-a]