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Using a pair of capacitive touch styli inside a cylindrical mirror, a team from the Ochanomizu University have built a system for displaying and controlling interactive anamorphic images on the iPad. By taking advantage of the iPad’s capacitive touchscreen, the device allows a user to rotate and view images of objects that appear to float within the mirror. [via GeekyGadgets]

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  1. Seems like this takes a considerable amount of effort needed to make a much smaller reflected image than can be displayed on the iPad itself.

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