Touch driven computer screens

October 28, 2006 at 12:32 pm Leave a comment

A friend sent me the link to this.  I really like the thought process behind this.  Jeff Han is a research scientist at NYU.  This is a nine minute presentation where he demonstrates some ideas to leverage the technology further.  I really liked what he said about the PC of the future being more intuitive.  I’m sure it will be a while before any of this is affordable for the you and me’s of the world, but at least we can have a glimpse of something to come.  My daughter, who loves scrapbooking (and now does it online), really liked the photographer’s light box application.  Now, there are a lot of people out there that do so much more with technology than I do – I’m betting your mind can go wild thinking of ways to use this.  Personally, I like the idea of using something like this for data mining in a data warehouse environment. 


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