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Futuristic ten metre touchscreen from the Netherlands

Clever clogs engineers at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands have brought us a step closer to living out our Star Trek fantasies: a ten metre long touchscreen that senses up to a hundred multitouch inputs at a time. Incredibly sensitive, and with built-in effects, it is curved over 135 degrees, creating an immersive environment. Yes, it’s cool. No, you can’t have one, Mr. West.

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