has released its new interactive fog screen, the world’s first airborne interactive touch screen developed from FogScreen’s pioneering airborne projection screen. When you write or draw upon the interactive fog screen, the writing or designs continuously float in the air. Interactive, airborne projection screens will find many uses within the entertainment industry. Because fog screens are unbreakable, they are especially useful in applications intended for the public.
The FogScreen airborne projection screen was developed at Finland’s Tampere University of Technology. The screen is based on new technology that makes it feasible to create a flat and thin layer of fog that can be used for simultaneous high-quality image projection and walk-through. The fog screen, made exclusively from ordinary water, feels dry and cool to the touch and can be used for extended periods of time. The technology has international patents pending.