Keyboards and mice work fine for computers, but in a holographic environment you’ll want to do more than just point, click, and type. While we can still benefit from these input devices, complex hand-tracking methods are necessary for the evolution of mixed reality user interfaces.

It’s already feeling awfully close to the common dream of a Minorty Report-style interface.

Microsoft’s HoloLens only has two gestures: air tap and bloom. It’s not hard to learn them both, but some struggle with air tapping because the headset looks for a specific motion that doesn’t always feel natural. Once you… more


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