Microsoft Introduces Augmented Reality System "MirageTable"
Posted on: 05/11/2012 10:46 AM

A potential use for MirageTable includes new ways to play video games

Microsoft Introduces Augmented Reality System "MirageTable"


From DailyTech:
Microsoft has created an augmented reality system called MirageTable that allows people share a 3D workspace despite being in two separate locations.

MirageTable consists of a curved, white piece of plastic that sits in front of the person using it. A 3D video projector, which is an Acer H5360, beams images onto the plastic while a Microsoft Kinect depth camera sensor tracks the movements of each person and object at each end. The entire system is powered by two computers connected by a network.



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