Matthew Lape, a recently graduated Project54 student, passed along this interesting video (shown below) regarding a device being developed at MIT called SixthSense. This wearable gesture-driven device consists of a pocket projector, a camera, and a mirror. These components are driven by the user’s smartphone and allow the user to make various gestures on different surfaces to not only obtain information (such as detecting what items the user picks up at the grocery store) but to also display information pertinent to the user (is the item a good buy for the user?). It’s certainly interesting to see the importance of not only selecting pertinent information to show the user, but the methods on how to display them is equally important as well. Here at Project54, Michael, Ankit, and Oszkar provide an example on the importance of displaying information with work on the multi-touch table.