Researchers at the Tokyo University of Technology have developed 'Pinch' an interface that lets you connect multiple devices together to form a giant disjointed display. Although the technology behind the interface remains a mystery described only as a Wi-Fi based system.
To connect two devices, a user simply needs to pinch two adjacent screens together. The screens can be linked together in whatever alignment you choose, as the position and screen size of each display is communicated on a successful pinch. It's not the first time developers have managed to link together multiple smartphone displays, but this is definitely the slickest interface we've seen.

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While there is no ready solution available for purchase right now, there are three ongoing projects which deliver this kind of functionality. An upcoming technology called the Nanoport Magnetic Connector keeps your devices stuck together to form a single giant display.

The company behind the technology claims that the device will be able to transfer data and power quickly from one connected device to another without using any cords.

 A similar concept developed by the Tokyo University of Technology is called Pinch.

If you feel you have to try this for yourself, you can connect multiple devices using their native web browsers and something called the Junkyard Jumbotron. This is a free, web-based tool by MIT that links multiple smartphones or tablets into a large display. This is a tool for the computer geek because it requires you to download the source code and then install it on top of a nod server.