Between the popular Kinect camera and the experimental 3D desktop, Microsoft has been hard at work improving virtual navigation in the three-dimensional space. Despite advancements in technology, execution has long relied on stationary or cumbersome equipment to make detection possible. At the 25th ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST), Microsoft Research will be showcasing a new method of 3D tracking in the form of Digits, a wearable prototype that is able to track hand motions without the inconvenience of bulky hardware.