The iPhone Diorama by Mike Ko, a 3D artist and animator based in California, imagines what a holographic touchscreen display could look like. Apple recently filed a patent for such a futuristic feature and this amazing rendering shows people exactly what that could mean. At least, in a fun and playful way.
Focusing more on the look of such a holographic touch, the iPhone Diorama by Mike Ko is a animation that depicts a car driving through town. As he whizzes by buildings, more buildings pop up, quite literally, along the screen. Fast Co. Design encourages people to imagine actually interacting with such a screen, "[I]magine reaching in and moving those tiny cars around by hand--maybe even changing their tiny tires and honking their tiny horns."
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