ALEX KIPMAN FOR TED: The era of holograms are here
'' I dream of a reality where technology senses what we see, touch and feel; a reality where technology no longer gets in our way but instead embraces who we are. I dream of technology on a human path. We have all experienced technology that enables people to act more like people, products that enable natural interactions, voice controls or biometrics. ''
Alex Kipman (Windows & Devices Group, Microsoft), a man responsible for Xbox Kinect, and now for popular Microsoft HoloLens, gave a short speech to TED and answered a few questions from TED's chief editor Helen Walters.
With Hololens in the eye, through the mixed reality, he spoke about the application of 3D holograms in everyday life and shared his vision of a near future of computer use. TED is a nonprofit organization devoted to valuable expanding ideas. Starting as a four-day conference in California 30 years ago, TED has become a world-renowned organization in which many conferences are held where world-famous thinkers, scientists and educators keep talking about expanding ideas about quality of life, future of business and technology and education.