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It is the goal of all the techno giants to bring 3D technology to their innovations so does Microsoft. With so many players in the industry, Microsoft has decided to stand part with their new Kinect 3D desktops. Microsoft has always brought out best products accompanied by the best research team of the world. 3D is one of the best technologies any one would like to serve.
Microsoft has released what could be considered as the master of upcoming technology featuring a 3D desktop environment featuring a transparent OLED display. Amongst all the various technologies that are packed in this desktop the transparent screen will impress one and all. Microsoft Kinect uses hand gestures and a tracking system to change the perspective of 3D.
The OLED screen creates a virtual environment that users can create in real time. A keyboard positioned below the transparent screen allows the user to type like in a normal personal computer. Accessing your files on a virtual screen and handling them on the virtual environment is another highlight of the desktop from Microsoft. You can drag your favourites on the flat screen and handle them on a 3D grid. Another major feature of the Kinect is that you can also switch back to the 2D interaction. Going back to the 3D version of the interface is too easy. If you are typing a document in the keyboard and want to access the files, you can do it like you draw virtually in the flat air.
By using an OLED screen woven by Samsung and a 3D interacting device like a Kinect camera, a 3D interactive desktop becomes enabled. This is entirely a creative project from Microsoft. Using the combined effort of finger cursor and the literally imaginary 3D grid, it is possible for the user to manage the desktop and do the tasks in everyday life. Like the ancient past, you are able to do the tasks solely with your head and hands. While Kinect desktop is not likely to come in the local shopping centre but it will take time for the team to a customer friendly product.