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as somebody who intends to make a sixth sense gesture interface computer at some point this won't be here nearly fast enough or cheap enough but I can imagine in about five to seven years this will start to become mainstream enough that what you are looking at right now will start to be supplanted:



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I've seen this last year as they announced the development of the lenses. Excited to see that they developed it further and maybe we will see it on the market at the end of the year already. Thats definitely something I would buy as soon it hits the market. 

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