Raimund Dachselt, Jonna Häkkilä, Matt Jones, Markus Löchtefeld, Michael Rohs, Enrico Rukzio
There's something magical about light. Perhaps you can remember using a flashlight as a child to trace a space story on the bedroom ceiling, or, more exciting still, to enhance scary stories under the canvas of a camping holiday. Or, on a long, lazy summer afternoon, the school vacation coming soon, reflecting the sun off the glass of your watch, daringly close to the teacher's face. Today's mobile technology landscape already has its magical devices: the alluring touchscreen phones and tablets. Perhaps, though, in these trapped-light boxes, we are missing something of the wonder of projection. Heads down, we…
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