Sixth Sense

March 16, 2009 at 3:48 pm | Posted in Design, Hardware, Humor, Internet, Media, Technology | 2 Comments

Portable, interactive information that travels with you and responds to what is in front of you. Use any surface. Draw a watch to tell the time. Use your hand as phone. See a books ratings while you look at it. More advanced than “Minority Report” at the cost and size of a cell phone? Cool technology from MIT Media Labs, demoed at TED.

The Sixth Sense.

Amusingly enough, it’s superior to the Pomegranate – AND real.

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  1. […] Software, Technology | Leave a Comment Back in March, I wrote about a TED presentation on Sixth Sense. This a technology that blends off the shelf parts with sophisticated coding to move ideas like […]

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  2. […] I’ve written about new developments in computing interfaces, like using your hand as a telephone keypad or using a nearby wall as a […]

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