Craig Mundie demos 'natural user interface' concept from Microsoft Research at College Tour 09

Craig Mundie, Microsoft’s chief research and strategy officer is doing rounds at a number of prestigious colleges in States showing off Microsoft’s vision for technology to solve world’s biggest problems. Of course, one must use latest in natural user interfaces for this task. A feature of this year’s tour appears to be a next-generation computer […]

Craig Mundie, Microsoft’s chief research and strategy officer is doing rounds at a number of prestigious colleges in States showing off Microsoft’s vision for technology to solve world’s biggest problems. Of course, one must use latest in natural user interfaces for this task. A feature of this year’s tour appears to be a next-generation computer – one that docks and undocks from a transparent glass display and allows for not only pen and voice input as you’d come to expect from natural user interfaces, but also incorporates touchless gestures and eye-tracking to interact with the information at hand. The two videos do rest of the talking:

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