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Guy Playing Fruit Ninja On A Screen MADE OF VAPOR

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This is a video of a Huffington Post reporter playing a game of Fruit Ninja on a Displair, a motion-controlled display projected onto a cloud of vapor. Obviously, Fruit Ninja was the perfect game to play because it really allows you appreciate the potential applications of a screen like this. "Like playing fruit ninja with an actual ninja sword?" *wink* I'll hit up the weapons kiosk at the mall -- you want any throwing stars? "Nunchucks." F*** yeah, Michelangelo!

Hit the jump for the video.

Thanks to killahertz, who told me he'd put some killer hurts on those fruits if he had a real ninja sword although I suspect he'd just slice his own arms and legs off.

There are Comments.
  • Melissa

    "This video does not exist."

  • Michael

    Watch Seaquest DSV from 1993-1995 almost 20 years old and had this on the show with out editing tricks... Sad that people are marketing it as a new idea and just now making for public market...

  • TheoryOfConstraints

    The best was the last slash, pure satisfaction.

  • Matty Spinny

    that is so stupid...i cant believe people. come up with better stuff would you

  • Darebear

    They had this shit on SeaQuest DSV a long-ass time ago. What WON'T we get from SeaQuest??

  • James

    So how much condensation ends up on your ceiling? That could do some serious damage over time. Guess you'll just have to get tile ceilings and a fan and open all your windows when you use it...

  • Lee

    Looks like a great way to get a humidifer 'and' a neat new touch screen - 2 birds!

  • Dani

    so this screen comes with a free mop & bucket?

  • Keno

    Guess who sucks at Fruit Ninja...that guy...BOOM!!

  • quick hide the porn *take zip of the screen*

  • jay h

    man this would've been hilarious had you spelled "sip" right... fuck!

  • Brant_Alan

    I know witchcraft when I see it.

  • Idlethoughts

    She turned me into a newt!

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