Researchers from the Human Media Lab at Queen's University created a "tablet" that rolls up like a scroll. The device features a 7.5 inch, multitouch 2k display that can be used while extended or rolled up. A wheel at one end of the prototype can scroll through content, and it even features a camera for gesture-based controls. Check out the video below. "Eventually, our hope is to design the device so that it can even roll into something as small as a pen that you could carry in your shirt pocket," says Dr. Vertegaal. "More broadly, the MagicScroll project is also allowing us to further examine notions that 'screens don't have to be flat' and 'anything can become a screen'. Whether it's a reusable cup made of an interactive screen on which you can select your order before arriving at a coffee-filling kiosk, or a display on your clothes, we're exploring how objects can become the apps.