Universal interface for synchronizing images / video on different devices
Pinch is an interesting system developed by a research team from Tokyo University of Technology. The Japanese have created a universal interface that allows you to display a single image on the displays of different devices that make up a single system.
At the same time, an appropriate application, client, must be installed on each of the devices. The client program works with the hardware of the device, or rather, with the accelerometer, in order to determine the position of the device in space. To synchronize images, a wireless Wi-Fi communication module is used.
According to the developers, Pinch can be used, for example, for the joint game of users of mobile devices. Here is a video demonstrating the operation of such a system.