This immersive analytics system uses the user body position as the main input for interaction using a Microsoft Hololens as display technology. Indeed, the first two pictures shows a visualization resulting in a edge-building technics, the attractive force parameters is determined by the position of the user in the room. The third picture shows a second example where a point cloud of a human head is represented. The position of the user determines the threshold value of the tissue density, filtering any datapoint where its value is lower.
 C. Hurter, N. H. Riche, M. Pahud, E. Ofek, S. Drucker, B. Lee, D. Brown, and C. Wong, “Into the mixed reality data sphere : mapping user’s movements to data exploration tools,” 2017.