Japanese Researchers Create the Next Generation of 3D Character Interaction
A research group at Keio University in Japan have developed a glasses-free 3D display that allows users to interact with computer generated characters through virtual touch. The RePro3D system utilizes a tactile finger interface and an infrared camera that recognizes user movements. The user can influence the character's movements and receive tactile feedback.
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Source: DIGINFO TV
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