And why not? Glass is solid, but when molded to fit our needs, it can appear as if liquid. It flows freely, floating in front of us, transfixing us with its reflection, while giving us a vision of what lies behind it.
So when using touch to navigate the world, why add LCD panels, aluminum bezels, and the ever so boring TV Frame that you see almost everywhere? It’s because our imagination of what touch screens should be has not been equally matched with today’s modern technology.
Tony Stark rids himself of TV-style screens as he builds “Iron Man.” He manipulates digital objects in the air, grabbing, throwing, spinning, and creating, all using full human gestures. So are these floating touch interfaces just for Hollywood films? We say, nonsense. It’s here and it’s beyond awesome. And we know how to create it, build it, put it at your fingertips, and show you the world beyond the glass.
Typically only our best Las Vegas customers can afford to do this, and heck, Hugh Hefner had us install this incredible vision just five feet away from the infamous Grotto at the Playboy Mansion. Our Ghost Wall, the glass portal to what is possible, is for the cool kids of marketing. And Nervana wants you to have it. For real.