The Blue Eye table has a glass surface and overhead camera, a projector and a mirror underneath the table. By placing an object on the table surface you can copy it to the screen beneath. Once the image of the object is imported, “images can then easily be moved, stretched and even animated by a user.”
This table is similar to the upright Microsoft TouchLight technology which lets users move and manipulate three-dimensional images with their hands. We also posted about the iBar interactive bar table, which is geared more towards design and pleasure, letting users create patterns of glowing light when touched. The DeLightTable by Thomas Gardner, an ‘interactive coffee table’, is also similair to the iBar interactive table.