Steve Clayton: Microsoft Software Replicates Human Movement On-Screen

Steve Clayton: Microsoft Software Replicates Human Movement On-Screen
technology

New Digits software from Microsoft blends the digital and real worlds and allows for the potential of hands-free control of your devices.

Steve Clayton, Microsoft
  • 8 october 2012

The 25th ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) is underway this week in Cambridge, Massachusetts. UIST brings together researchers and practitioners from diverse areas that include traditional graphical and web user interfaces, tangible and ubiquitous computing, virtual and augmented reality, multimedia, new input and output devices and more. That’s a good check list against some of the work that goes on in Microsoft Research and as always, MSR will be there in force.

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