How does it work?
The ams Holo Mirror provides a new way to present interactive content melting together the real and the virtual world. The shown use case visualizes an IR light beam used in gesture recognition chip sets. The data from the Argos P100 provides the 3D position of the user’s hand, while the proprietary C+ software from Neuland Multimedia calculates the light beam reflections and particle flows. This setup and the semi transparent mirror creates the illusion of directly interacting with the real chipset.