See-through SpaceTop computer revealed

See the SpaceTop in action

This isn't a laptop, it's a SpaceTop - a see-through computer which lets you reach inside!

It was revealed at a technology and design show in Los Angeles in America.

Users place their hands behind the screen to scroll, type and interact with 3D elements.

The SpaceTop uses cameras to track the position of your hands and head - letting you interact with the images on the screen in front of you.

Jinha Lee, who is working on it, thinks it could become widely used in the next ten years.

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