The liquid display


[Nicolas] sent in his liquid display project.Think of it as the opposite of a fountain display. Instead of water, it releases bubbles into a flat panel filled with liquid. There aren’t many details on the site, but it’s a nice twist on an classic concept. He also created an odd sort of liquid interface. Touching the liquid in any of the three chambers in front causes changes in the reaction of the display.

3 thoughts on “The liquid display

  1. Great use of tech. This immediately made me think of an upscale restaurant/jazz bar/coffee shop with long panels lining the walls. Minus the liquid interface, this has immediately marketable applications.

  2. I saw something like this at CMU in 2000 or 2001. They were able to draw pictures and letters with it though, so a bit more advanced than this. At the time I didn’t think to get more information about it and haven’t been able to find anything online, so I don’t know if it’s still there or not. I’ve wanted my own since then though.

  3. hy todd,

    this was exactly a concept i developed the display for. you can download the whole 120 pages documentation on my project blog, there in, you will find two other concepts. one shows the loss of money at the swiss finance market.

    greetings
    n

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