Microsoft Surface-based BMW Konfigurator

Developed by VectorForm, the BMW Konfigurator is set up to deliver what the application's developing company referred to as “pure configuration pleasure.” Based on Microsoft Surface, the BMW Konfigurator makes touch an integral experience of customizing a BMW. There are numerous interaction capabilities built into the application, as the video embedded at the bottom of […]

Developed by VectorForm, the BMW Konfigurator is set up to deliver what the application's developing company referred to as “pure configuration pleasure.” Based on Microsoft Surface, the BMW Konfigurator makes touch an integral experience of customizing a BMW. There are numerous interaction capabilities built into the application, as the video embedded at the bottom of the article will illustrate.

Via Surface, the BMW Konfigurator is capable of recognizing gestures, multi-touch input, and even objects, including car keys, and musters. According to VectorForm, musters are real-world objects that can be used to interact with Microsoft Surface.

Source:→ Steve Clayton

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