HP recently showed off some of its most cutting-edge gaming breakthroughs. The experimental products offer everything from massive HD screens produced by clusters of low-cost projectors to coffee tables with built-in touchscreen PCs.
In the first video after the jump, researchers show off Pluribus, a system that allows multiple cheap projectors to be hooked into one, high-quality projection system. The second video is a demonstration of Misto, a touch screen PC system built directly into a coffee table. Misto is being touted as a form of "social computing" allowing families or groups of friends to show off media or play games.
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