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Holograms are changing the way we interact with computers

Paul Merritt, a technology specialist in PA Consulting Group’s Cambridge Technology Centre, discusses the distinction between AR and VR, and how virtual objects can be manipulated using voice or gesture.

Paul says: “It combines computer-generated graphics with what’s going on in the real world.”

The article notes that our ability to manipulate virtual objects will change the way people interact with technology, freeing them from the need to use screens, keyboards and mice.

“If I can use gesture or touch, it’s not so much a computer anymore, it’s a whole system,” Paul says. 

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