Sculptural digital display (2016)
Three-dimensional sculptural light/digital display linked to the Internet - for displaying data, social media messages, news, graphics, animations etc. For more information about this product, see the Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign, or use the contact details towards the bottom of this page.
Information display technology: light-weight, low-cost, low-power, large-scale (2015)
Orientation-aware cubic touchscreen computer (2007)
Andrew has invented and pioneered a number of new concepts in computer hardware, such as multi-touch surfaces, cubic touchscreen computers, and planar robotics. Videos documenting many of these projects can be viewed on Andrew's Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/AndrewFentem.
Articles and interviews about Andrew's research are available at Gizmodo and BBC News.
As the inventor of several multi-touch interface technologies, Andrew was asked to act as an expert in the recent high-profile international patent dispute between Apple and Samsung. Andrew was interviewed by The Register about related controversies.
Andrew has written for The Register about how a dysfunctional international patent system creates problems for inventors and SMEs.
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