HML in the News
They've been talking about next-gen display technology like e-paper for ages, but professor Roel Vertegaal thinks we're not thinking about future computing flexibly enough.
He's convinced that "non-planar" computing devices with screens in almost any shape will one day be ubiquitous, and is busy building prototypes in his lab.
By Jenna Crombie | NEWSWEEK Nov 26, 2007 Issue Counting clicks on a Web page has become a routine and rich vein for advertisers, who are always eager to know how many people are looking at their commercials. But what about billboards, which still exist in old-fashioned physical space without any connection to the Internet? Advertisers are starting to use high-tech ways of getting instant feedback on sidewalks and street corners. Full Story