Microsoft's 'LucidTouch' prototype - Video

One of the projects drawing a big crowd at Microsoft Research TechFest event in Redmond today was LucidTouch, which lets people control a portable touch-screen device by placing their fingers on the back of the case. A camera sees where the hands are positioned and renders a shadowy image of them on the display. Here's […]

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One of the projects drawing a big crowd at Microsoft Research TechFest event in Redmond today was LucidTouch, which lets people control a portable touch-screen device by placing their fingers on the back of the case. A camera sees where the hands are positioned and renders a shadowy image of them on the display. Here's a video of Microsoft Research's Patrick Baudisch showing me how it works.

Source:→ Todd Bishop's Microsoft Blog

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