With recent development in capture technology, preserving one's daily experiences and one's knowledge becomes richer and more comprehensive. Furthermore, new recording technologies beyond simple audio/video recordings become available: 360° videos, tactile recorders and even odor recorders are becoming available. The new recording technology and the massive amounts of data require new means for selecting, displaying and sharing experiences. This seminar brought together researchers from a wide range of computing disciplines, including virtual reality, mobile computing, privacy and security, social computing and ethnography, usability, and systems research. Through lightning talk, thematic sessions and hands-on workshops, the seminar investigated the future of interaction beyond virtual and augmented reality. Participants reimagined experience sharing and skill transfer towards an Internet of abilities. We conclude with a set of open and guiding questions for the future of our field.