There are a few high-tech consumer side companies that are currently experimenting with various forms of 3D applications. These applications may one day be implemented into our desktop user interfaces or applied to video gaming in conjunction with advanced video glasses and/or helmets. The race is definitely on for gaming developers to push gaming to the next level so that users could be excited by viewing holographic imagery and/or experience elevated haptics so as to draw us further into their insanely creative worlds. In our latest game-front patent report we'll take a peek at one of Microsoft's latest projects/inventions that could one day allow a future Kinect system to project imagery onto to a surface in front of the gamer. The imagery, in the form of virtual objects, could be things that the gamer may need to assemble, upgrade or explore in order to survive and/or advance to the next level. At the end of the day it's great to see that Microsoft is pushing the technology that's behind tomorrow's gaming, yet realistically, it's probably a decade away before it ever sees the light of day.