Microsoft Research shows off next-generation gesture interfaces

Microsoft Research shows off next-generation gesture interfaces

Its Microsoft Research old habit to show off some imaginary cool stuff that may or may not actually happen. Director of Microsoft Applied Sciences Steven "Stevie B" Bathiche showed off a variety of interesting interfaces that respond to gesture movements that take you well beyond the touchscreen, by using a camera and retro-reflective sash to detect hand position and responding. Later things goes to a flat lens called a wedge that can enable holographic-like imagery. Overall the concept lets you feel the real magical power to command the things floating around you. If it become a reality then development can lead us to hyper-real artificial world in future where every individual will be able to build own worlds according to desires. [Youtube]



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