From NPR and KPLU Radio:
Ten years ago, Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report gave us a glimpse into the future of computing interfaces. In the film, Tom Cruise’s character interacted with a wall-sized display via hand gestures, rather than a mouse and keyboard.
In 2008, Strategic News Service publisher Mark Anderson predicted this sort of technology, which he calls Wall Computing, would soon make the leap into corporate conference rooms.
On this month’s edition of The Digital Future, Mark tells KPLU’s Dave Meyer that Wall Computing is becoming a reality, heralded in part by Microsoft’s recent acquisition of Perceptive Pixel, which makes large, multi-touch computer displays.