We are approaching the 'mimetic' era in which devices will not only recognize our words, our actions, our objects but will begin to reproduce these things in three dimensions.
The device that we show you in the video is the result of the work of Keiichi Matsuda, Japanese architect and filmmaker who has been studying applications and installations based on the interaction between sensors and servomotors for years (in the photograph there is a frame of his previous work based on augmented reality).
It is a 'morphic' table that creates a virtual version of everything it 'observes' through its sensors, in real time. In other words, the device 'transmits' an image in three dimensions, a bit like a TV that broadcasts a camera shot in real time. The future prospects, needless to say, are endless.
Watch the video: