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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Microsoft: Transparent 3D desktop that can handle behind the screen [Video]

Microsoft proves once again the innovative nature of the new three-dimensional interactive desktop of combining a transparent OLED display from Samsung with technology Kinect. The user interacts with the virtual environment through natural movements of his hands behind his screen.

The sensors detect the location Kinect hands, head and eye of the user, giving him a three-dimensional image with depth and perspective tailored to the exact position. Moreover, like a standard computer, the system is equipped with a keyboard.

See Microsoft's technology in action (for example how the user interacts with his hands in the folders) in the video below:

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