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This Amazing Mist Touchscreen Lets You Play Fruit Ninja On A Wall Of Water Vapor

This Amazing Mist Touchscreen Lets You Play Fruit Ninja On A Wall Of Water Vapor | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

A Russian company called Displair has brought its bizarre, wholly innovative vaporizing projector machine to this year's Consumer Electronics Show, and the gizmo is unlike anything else at the enormous tech convention: Basically, you can connect a touchscreen device to a projector, which puts out a touchable image of your device's screen onto a constantly misting wall of vaporized water. You can then interact with the device by running your finger on that wall of mist. It's a strange and totally innovative way to interact with a typical tablet or computer.

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Serious vaporware

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Philippe J DEWOST's curator insight, January 19, 2013 2:37 AM

This is true vaporware

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Facebook Now Controls Nearly One-Fifth Of U.S. Mobile Display Ad Revenue

Facebook Now Controls Nearly One-Fifth Of U.S. Mobile Display Ad Revenue | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it
Facebook has vaulted past its competitors to control 18.4 percent of U.S. mobile display ad revenues.
According to eMarketer, that means Facebook will end the year as the top U.S. publisher in mobile display, with roughly $340 million in revenue for all of 2012.
The chart below presents a visualization of Facebook remarkable performance. The social network wasn't in the picture in 2011. One year later, it has seized a fatter share of U.S. mobile display revenues than heavyweights such as Google, Pandora, and Apple's iAd platform. In the process, a greater share of revenue has accrued to the top six publishers.
However, Facebook's accomplishment needs to be placed in context. First, mobile remains a blip in the total advertising landscape. And within mobile, display still accounts for less spend than search ads— 46 percent to 49 percent of U.S. mobile ad spending. (In other countries the picture is even more lopsided in favor of search.)
Finally, it's early days yet for Facebook's mobile ads, and there are no guarantees the company's mobile ad formats will continue to succeed indefinitely.
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Still haven't clicked on any of these ads...

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