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That’s very cool, as are a lot of your other posts. I’ve been doing a lot of tinkering with the Wii head tracking, and also a lot of holographic projection concepts so the work you’re doing is very very interesting. I was also amazed by the UDP light strands. I guess if you stuck enough of them together you could build your own megatron TV. How did you capture the finger touching events on the screen?
Doth mine eyes deceive me or have you achieved DI without the box? I am attempting a similar project in that I am trying to achieve DI without the box for multi-touch interactive window display purposes and would like to know how you managed to get it right.
My test setup is similar to yours except that I need to achieve the DI in a rear illumination (projection) setup. Is this possible? Is it simply a matter of using a strong enough IR Illuminator?