The day has come when people get to do more than view a movie trailer or music video, by actually interacting and manipulating the content #realitymagic
Continuing with techniques that can change the reality you live in, we present you MIT’s interactive dynamic video. Through this technique, viewers can touch objects found in videos, each of them sending vibrations that would be analyzed in the process. In this analysis, the team’s algorithm can predict how the objects will react in a given set of circumstances.
Suddenly, objects done with CGI or in augmented reality could interact with real things, as long as users are creative and enthusiastic. VR producers could spare their buget and focus more on the idea behind the experience also.
What do you think – is this technique going to revolutionize mixed reality?