Utility fog is an airborne collection of tiny robots that can replicate a physical structure.
Skin-embedded screens are sub-cutaneous digital displays.
Retinal screens display content directly on the receptors of a users eyes.
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
Flexible displays are flat digital screens that can be bent, twisted and sometimes even folded.