The future of AR and VR is Minority Report. Right? I mean, that's the only reason why anyone would want to buy an £800 HTC Vive headset, surely, so we can open up a bunch of windows in front of us and toss them around like cool space-hacker types.
Sadly, that reality is still a way off, because AR headsets like Microsoft's Hololens are still very much in the prototyping/perfecting stage, but some tech wizards are still managing to make it happen.
Like this video, in which someone plays Block Rocking Beats, a way of making music that Tom Cruise would be proud of. At least, we assume.
Now all we need to do is... learn how to play music.