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SpaceTop 3D desktop computers will allow users the luxury to interact with and manipulate digital content “inside” computer screens. Using the perception of depth in 3D, the system makes use of Microsoft’s Kinect for gesture recognition and Microsoft’s Transparent LED.

Unveiled at the TED Conference in Los Angeles last week, the computer relies on a transparent LCD display with built-in cameras to track gestures and hand movement. Users place their hands behind the screen and can use it as a conventional computer, although the fun is in interacting with the 3D elements of the system.

Via JinhaLee, Dezeen