If you dig deep you can find real amazing technology at the Japanese CEATEC trade-show that ended already a week ago. Japanese Nikkei magazine Tech-On published today a very interesting report about a NTTDocomo 3D display prototype. NTT showed at the CEATEC a small auto-stereo 3D display with touch feedback.
The 3D screen showed a moving chameleon. When you held a pen close to its head it would touch it with its tongue. The holder of the pen could feel the force of the tongue touching the pen. With this technology Nintendo's Mario could hit you on your nose when you get to close to the screen.
NTT Docomo uses a magnetic field to simulate the force feedback in this setup. The 3D display is also only 2.57-inch in size, but it gives an exciting look into the future of where 3D TV and 3D gaming could evolve.
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