Pioneer Vendors: Reinventing Human-Computer Interaction
July 17, 2013
Why Read This Report
The introduction of the mouse-based graphical user interface (GUI) helped give birth to the modern PC. Similarly, the practical application of multitouch screens in the first-generation Apple iPhone redefined mobile computing. Today, advances in machine learning, combined with dropping sensor prices, have set the stage for a new round of hands-free computing control capabilities. This report introduces business technology leaders to five pioneer vendors developing new UI technologies that will equip the next generation of computing devices for more natural, adaptive, and anticipatory interactions.
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Table of Contents
- Next-Gen UIs Will Revolutionize User-Device Interactions
- Leap Motion Brings Motion Control To Desktop Computing
- Thalmic Labs Turns Biosensing Into Wearable Motion Control
- PrimeSense Uses 3D Imaging To Make Devices Smarter
- Umoove Brings Hands-Free Control to Mobile Devices
- Tobii Technology: Efficient Navigation Powered By Gaze Tracking
WHAT IT MEANS
- Next-Gen UIs Will Define Tomorrow's Devices And User Paradigms
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