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Water droplets create multilayered display
MSNC.com 02-02-2010 Futuristic prototype drew inspiration from board game ‘Settlers of Catan’
Get ready to give the gaming console or computer a break, because the future of board games may transform static 2-D cardboard into interactive tile-based displays that mimic the action of video games. more...
Revolutionary technology to be presented at MIT conference next week
KINGSTON, ON – A groundbreaking technology developed at Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada may make traditional board games a thing of the past.
The technology allows groups of friends or family members to play electronic games like they used to do board games: in a sociable and physical setting, placed together around a table. It also eases game controls by using affordances of regular cardboard pieces.