Microsoft Research recently unveiled a transparent glass display that can be controlled by using voice, pen, touch-free gestures and even eye tracking. Chief research and strategy officer Craig Mundie has been busy demonstrating this piece of technology mostly in U.S. colleges/universities. From the demo it very well seems to be the future of next generation of computers.
“The prototype machine docks with the transparent display – probably not something you’d want to throw into your laptop bag – and can be used to flick through large quantities of information such as text, photos or video timelines by tracking what your eyes are looking at.” Wow! At least now it is safe say that there “is” innovation in Microsoft.
No news on when these displays will go in production.