A research collaboration between Microsoft, the University of Washington and the University of Toronto is developing a muscle-controlled interface enabling Minority Report-esque, gesture-driven interaction with computers. It's perhaps the most promising of the billion or so Minority-Report-aspiring prototype interfaces.
By Jenny EverettPosted 02.11.2004 at 2:07 pm 0 Comments
Once upon a time USB was a simple way to connect computers and peripherals. It carried data, was daisy-chainable, and could power devices. Eight years after its introduction, there seems to be no end to its uses, from keyboards and printers to lights and noodle soakers. Here are the latest items plucked from the far reaches of the USB spectrum.