Recall Tom Cruise and his projected, motion-controlled display in the future-world flick, “Minority Report,” and you get a sense of the visual impact of one of the visual aids exhibited at FS/TEC 2008 in Grapevine, Texas. The large, high-definition, flat-screen display, on which content could be manipulated with hand gestures and without contact, was from Solaris Labs of Westmount, Quebec. It is slated for unspecified use by interactive-restaurant developer uWink Inc. in a Mountain View, ...

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