Microsoft Research builds a transparent 3D desktop [VIDEO]

Microsoft transparent 3d display
I'm sure we all have seen some high-tech transparent displays or crazy gizmos in Hollywood films but this transparent 3D display built by Mircosoft Research is for real. It's built using Samsung's transparent OLED screen. To create a virtual environment at your fingertips, Microsoft has used their own Kinect motion sensors. With a unique design build, the keyboard lies at the back of the display. The display will adjust according to your eye and head angle to give you a 3D view. Before I go into much more details, just sit back and hope that this video demonstration below gets into production for the masses.