By Luke Dormehl for DigitalTrends: There’s no doubt that device-filled connected smart homes are on the way. The real question is how we’re going to control them.
That was the starting point of a nifty proof-of-concept project created by interaction designer Ian Sterling and software engineer Swaroop Pal during a recent HoloLens hackathon in San Francisco. Their augmented reality pitch shows how smart devices could be controlled with glances and gestures — in what Sterling calls a “virtual Zen mode,” complete with calming lights and sounds. Full Article:
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