Touchscreens have revolutionised the way we interact with technology, but to make the best use of our senses, the next generation of displays will not be flat, but have 3-dimensional, reconfigurable surfaces.
Recently, the world lucked into a treasure trove of illustrations from Magic Leap about what that future might hold. There's just one problem: Magic Leap didn't actually create all those awesome UI concepts. It copied them.
Microsoft has made mistakes. It knows this. But as the company proved today at its Windows 10 launch event, it's also not going to stop pushing user interface design into the future. It's just getting smarter about it.