"I believe we will look back on 2010 as the year we expanded beyond the mouse and keyboard and started incorporating more natural forms of interaction such as touch, speech, gestures, handwriting, and visionwhat computer scientists call the 'NUI' or natural user interface." Steve Ballmer, CEO Microsoft Gestural interaction is the new excitement in the halls of industry. Advances in the size, power, and cost of micro-processors, memory, cameras, and other sensing devices now make it possible to control by wipes and flicks, hand gestures, and body movements. A new world of interaction is here: The rulebooks and guidelines…
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