Technology is constantly becoming more intuitive, smarter, and easier to use and now HP has come up with a new immersive computing platform named Sprout.
They’ve kept a traditional 23-inch display, but have done away with mouses and keyboards and replaced them with much more interactive Touch Mat technology, which allows users to scan and edit both 2D and 3D objects and move them around, or draw with a stylus. As you can see in the images and video below, Sprout’s most original feature is in sensing objects near the device and producing the image on the screen using a built in projector/desk lamp/14.6 megapixel camera and multi-touch capacitive touch mat.
HP has already created a number of apps just for Sprout, and the possibilities of what we may be able to do with this technology seem endless, especially for those in the creative industry. The US launch will be on 9th November and the PC will cost $1,899.99.
Some creatives using the device below: