No, because the UI and the interaction are happening within the first user's glasses, and once he's gone the panel is not being seen by any glasses and therefore cannot be interacted with. Remember that the physical panel is a purely passive surface that is only there to show the glasses where to overlay a UI; it contains no interaction capabilities in itself such as touch detection.
Articles in this section
- How can I edit the overlay?
- How large/small can the panel be?
- Can I press two buttons at the same time with two different fingers?
- Can multiple panels be detected at the same time?
- What are the maximum/minimum detection distances?
- Is it possible to interact with the panel while wearing gloves?
- Does interaction work for people with dark complexion?
- Can multiple panels with the same code be used?
- Can multiple panels be interacted with at the same time?
- Can different UIs be shown to different users?