The students at the University of Queensland have developed a virtual interactive interior design technology that allows users to project life-size, two-dimensional outlines of furniture onto your living room floor plan.
When that's done, you can view the furniture in 3D using an iPad application. Moving it around simply requires a wave of your hand.
The Virtual Interior Design technology is the result of a 13-week physical computing course that encouraged students to develop ways for people to interact with technology.
The technology combines an infrared glove coupled with an iPod touch, an iPad and a Kinect to allow users to visualise the room.
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| by Levent Ozler
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