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Photo credit : Murakami via Gizmodo. There are gesture-based technologies, and then Murakami Corporation’s Floating Pictogram, which is basically a holographic button system that can be installed on public toilets, ATMs, elevators, reception areas, as well as other highly trafficked places. Put simply, the system uses infrared sensors to detect fingers without them having to make contact, enabling one to press buttons that are seemingly floating in mid-air. Read more for additional pictures and information. Currently, the company is testing the technology on public smart toilets, but this could definitely come in handy on cash registers as well as self-ordering kiosks in fast food restaura... Full story

23 February