The Tilt Display prototype has nine screen components that move and tilt individually to physically represent what is on screen
The Tilt Display's nine screen components move dynamically when displaying video
The Tilt Display showing a flower
The Tilt Display in two user (left) and four user (right) configurations
Its creators claim the Tilt Display has a number of potential applications
The Tilt Display is around half the size of a standard tablet
There are a number of different display technologies that provide the illusion of 3D images on a 2D screen. A team of researchers led by the University of Bristol has offered a new take on things by creating “Tilt Display” – a prototype screen that's split in a 3x3 configuration with the nine individual sub-screens physically moving and tilting up and down to physically represent the three dimensional content being displayed.
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