Microsoft’s teases Transparent 3D desktop

Microsoft's Transparent 3D Desktop (Photo: Neowin.net)

Microsoft Applied Sciences Group has demonstrated a new interface 3D desktop prototype. The system uses a transparent OLED screen that is made by Samsung and has Kinect sensors to create a virtual desktop environment. There is also a keyboard beneath the transparent screen that lets a user type as they would on a normal computer. The Kinect sensors are very sensitive of movements and not only of hands but of eyes as well which provides a 3D image with perspective and depth to the user’s exact position. Inbuilt Cameras  detect user’s fingers position which also lets you grab 3D objects and put them in other 3d objects. Here is the video…

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