Microsoft Natural User Interface (NUI) Prototype - Video

August de los Reyes video posted on Facebook by Tech.Ed Australia team, shows some prototyping of natural user interfaces using paper and stop motion animation. August references Microsoft Research's Bill Buxton, the fidelity of prototypes should reflect the stage of refinement, indicates that paper sketches and rough cuts not only reduces the effort required to […]

August de los Reyes video posted on Facebook by Tech.Ed Australia team, shows some prototyping of natural user interfaces using paper and stop motion animation. August references Microsoft Research's Bill Buxton, the fidelity of prototypes should reflect the stage of refinement, indicates that paper sketches and rough cuts not only reduces the effort required to produce the prototype but also is consistent with how early the idea is.

Of note in the prototypes are some interesting ideas, for example, using a chain of tags to present an list of options that can be expanded and collapsed easily, integrating help and "how to" into experience instead of a separate view, using a rotary wheel for context-sensitive options and full-hand gestures instead of finger-based gestures.

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