Sixth Sense 2

November 20, 2009 at 5:43 pm | Posted in Computers, Design, Events, Hardware, Software, Technology | 2 Comments

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 Microsoft Surface into portable anywhere information, accessible through natural gestures.

At TEDIndia, Pranav Mistry further demonstrated the potential and the history of the ideas. He plans to offer the software as open source.

The TED talk – worth seeing to get an idea of where computing is going.
David

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

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  2. […] few years ago, I talked about the MIT “Sixth Sense” presentations. This was more a pendant than […]

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