Microsoft Research Shows off Minority Report-like OLED 3D Display

The mega geniuses of Microsoft’s Applied Sciences group have released a demo video today of their transparent OLED 3D interactive display, and it’s nothing short of amazing.  This display allows users to manipulate desktop objects with the touch of their hands, but in a 3D setting.  Sounds pretty trippy right?  Well it is as you’ll find out in the demo below.  This display IS what we saw in Minority Report all those years ago, but it even trumps that tech with the 3D space that it provides for the user.  Microsoft has definitely impressed me with this new research, so here’s to them getting this technology in the hands of the geek public on day.  I may not be completely done with Windows after all!  You’ve been impressed with Microsoft’s innovations in the virtual touch/motion based world…

Applied Sciences Group: Interactive Displays: Behind the Screen Overlay Interactions

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