Isn’t it magic?


2 Responses to “Isn’t it magic?”

  1. 1 fernando 3 October 2009 at 13:46

    it’s not magic, it’s just finger tip controlled interfaces.
    We all know that touch screens are suposed to become the near future revolution of human-computer interaction. The problem is that it’s been more than 20 years since this scenario was foretold, and we haven’t reached it so far.

  2. 2 cesargon 3 October 2009 at 17:00

    Oh well. I think there’s a lot more than touch screens in this video. Virtual presence wall with on-the-fly animation and cross-script translation; gesture-controlled interfaces; true multi-device user experience (see the architect or the guy with the newspaper); ambient intelligence; high-contrast/low-brightness screens (which save battery); intelligent mugs :-); e-paper that responds to user input.

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