- Light Leaks
- Wedge Display
- Lickable Display
- Electrowetting Display
- Desconstructed LCD
- Colloidal Bubble Display
- Parallel Reality Display
- Phases Mirror Display
- Robotics and Displays
Using standard projectors, an array of mirror balls, a lot of math, and a map of the space, Kyle McDonald and Jonas Jongejan created this piece to create spatialized visuals.
A researcher has combined a traditional display with an aerosol dispenser to spray a screen with different flavors that can be licked by a user to be able to taste what is on screen. The project is called Taste the TV by researcher Homei Miyashita
Homei Miyashita's Lickable Display
This experiment involves using a special coilloidal solution and an ultrasonic speaker that can be used to "tune" the transparency and reflectiveness of a bubble when light is projected on it.
These pixels can simultaneously project up to millions of light rays of different colors and brightness. Each ray can then be software-directed to a specific person.
Below is a demonstration of what 12 different viewpoints could look like to different viewers from a single display.
Misapplied Sciences Parallel Reality Display
This piece really strays between lighting element and display for me, but I think it's worth mentioning. It uses an array of mirrors and lights to create controlled reflections around the space - Phases by Vincent Houze and AV&C
Phases by Vincent Houze and AV&C
There are a few examples out there of displays on robot arms and moving displays. I'd say these are a little different from the mechanical displays in the other section since this is about moving whole units of a display versus moving individual pixel elements.
Dotdotdash for Adidas and Prada
And while the below project from Bot and Dolly is really a projection mapping example, it really needs to be mentioned in this category.
Box by Bot and Dolly