As augmented reality, in particular, becomes more prevalent and integrated over our world, we will continue to refine natural interactions that bridge how we act on the tangible and the virtual. Voice provides us an intuitive modality that works in the augmented and non-augmented spaces.
"Move my IKEA sofa over here" (indirect manipulation)
"Make the rooster run" (more-direct manipulation)
"Play some Taylor Swift" (extending existing voice control expectations)
"Take me to...", "Show me..." (Navigational control)