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Tactus shows off a different kind of 3-D screen: one that grows its own buttons.
One of the neater things I saw at CES's Eureka Park exhibit (a coupe of rooms for startups tucked away in the Venetian conference center) was Tactus Technology's demo of its tactile screen.
I'm talking about a display that can almost instantly pops out buttons that you can press, then smooth them back out when the device no longer requires that level of control. I'm not quite sure how this "microfluidic" technology operates--or if it will necessarily add much value to a touchscreen interface--but I do know it looked lot like science fiction come to the real world.