physical objects in a virtual world

The Chronicle of Higher Education offers this video of an MIT professor demonstrating some new software called Natural Interaction as an example of how working in a virtual world is valuable because we can interact with physical objects. The short note can be found here if you subscribe.

The argument is attributed to Alfred H. Essa, Deputy CIO of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities, although he is not the speaker in the video.


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