Now there’s a new fancy device that will actually let you play Fruit Ninja in the real world. Well, almost the real world. At CES a Russian company named Displair was showing off their device that creates a vertical wall of water vapor that has a projector attached to display images and a built-in camera to sense user inputs.
What it amounts to is the most expensive game of Fruit Ninja ever created. Here’s a video of the device in action:
Hypothetically, you can do anything on the Displair that you could do on a touchscreen device. It costs about $10,000 per unit, so we doubt we’ll see any of these in the wild. You can also rent a Displair for $1000 a day and have it at your party.