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Nuts & Volts Magazine (March 2017)

Translational Reality Interfaces

By Bryan Bergeron    View In Digital Edition  


At the forefront of technological development today are smart devices, IoT, simulation, and virtual and augmented reality. Extensions of these technologies — in the form of a translational reality interface — can be used to create interfaces that translate the interaction of one device to the interaction of another remote device. This way, you can complete tasks by simply following your usual activities of daily living, rather than having to take time to learn how to use a new device.

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