Slow Display

How can we show our 16 megapixel photos from our latest trip on a digital display? How can we create screens that are visible in direct sunlight as well as complete darkness? How can we create large displays that consume less than 2W of power? How can we create design tools for digital decal application and intuitive-computer aided modeling?

The Slow Display is large size with an incredible high resolution but updates at a very low frame rate. It uses lasers and monostable light-reactive materials to provide programmable space-time resolution.

Tracking and locating objects is important in many situations. TagRadar provides an approach to locate items with RF and a single radio that does not require a prepared space with beacons or similar technology.

Slow Display. Daniel Saakes, Kevin Chiu, Tyler Hutchison, Biyeun M. Buczyk, Naoya Koizumi, Masahiko Inami and Ramesh Raskar. In SIGGRAPH '10. 2010. [doi] [bib]