Jeff Pulver's #140edu presentation is making the rounds. This from the Huffington post " It is no longer a question of whether or not students are digital natives, as the mobile revolution pushes tablets and smart phones to our finger tips. I agree with those calling our students "mobile natives" -- they expect instant access from anywhere to current information and entertainment."
Walk on Water: Hydro-Floors Hide Secret Swimming Pools - At the push of a button, decking descends autometically and water fills in the void left behind – conceal, reveal, rise and repeat as desired, turning a cocktail into a pool party and back again.
...the Table’s interactive surface. The flexible fabric is illuminated by a high-resolution projector mounted above and, at first glance appears to be the type of responsive touchscreen that is now a familiar interface. However, this surface takes the touchscreen into the third dimension—the Table also responds to location, depth, and pressure when a user pushes into the fabric,