Gadgets and gizmos designed to astound the senses are the highlights of the SIGGRAPH 2006 computer graphics conference, which opened in Boston, US, on Monday.
Inventions on display include a toy house that appears to warp into surreal shapes, a handheld device that "pulls" a person around and a display that generates holographic illusions using scores of hidden projectors.
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