Microsoft has combined a transparent OLED (manufactured by Samsung) with a Kinect system to create an interactive desktop with which you can interact naturally creating augmented reality content between our eyes and our hands adapting to our movements.

The Group of Applied Sciences Microsoft He has developed a prototype of an interactive desktop that uses a transparent OLED screen Samsung and a series of sensors Kinect to create a virtual desktop that users can manipulate with their hands in real time.

With a keyboard below the transparent screen, the user can write as you would on any computer. However, in the time necessary to interact with the desktop, for example to move a number of files, you can reach them with their own hands.

Kinect sensors not only detect the movement of the hands, but that track the position of the eyes and head to provide a 3D image with depth perspective and taking into account the exact position of the user.

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By • 1 Mar, 2012
• Section: Display, infrastructures, Augmented reality