The software giant Microsoft unveiled today its latest “Holoflector” – the augmented reality mirror which is built using a large translucent mirror and a separate LCD panel, offering individuals reflection with the mirror using virtual replica rendering on the LCD. Holoflector can read the “orientation” data from a Windows Phone and do position data from Kinect to provide a “complimentary” experience between the devices. The ides further Holoflector uses is called as sensor fusion to track a Windows Phone through Kinect to use it as an aid to augmented reality interaction.
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