15 Offbeat Computer Designs

The PC Branches Out

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Extending an arm--er, branch--to artists, the Bloom PC sends a series of laser beams between its three upright poles, or "branches," to create 2D and 3D images in mid-air. The branches allow the displays to range from 15 to 24 inches. Users can choose from a variety of display sizes and viewing angles by repositioning the branches. The two "side branches" also house the PC's sound system. A user would employ a keyboard or a pen stylus to operate the PC and edit design images. Bloom's biometric scanner allows it to recognise returning users with a finger swipe and display all saved personal files and settings.

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