Skin-embedded screens are sub-cutaneous digital displays.
Retinal screens display content directly on the receptors of a users eyes.
Context-aware computing is when digital devices take into account knowledge of the user and the environment to inform their function.
The hardware in reprogrammable chips can be updated and upgraded as and when necessary much like software adding new features and fucntions.
Boards are 1 metre plus sized interactive display devices.
A modular computer is a multiprocessing system made up of discrete scalable, reusable hardware and software consisting of isolated, self-contained functional elements with standardised interfaces.
Pico-projectors are small, handheld, low-power, devices that can project bright, high-quality images on any surface.
Head-mounted displays are screens that sit in close proximity to the eyes either replacing or overlaying information on regular vision.
Tablets are handheld, touch-sensitive, mobile computers.
Volumetric 3D screens create 3D imagery visible to the unaided eye