I would never be so bold and presumptous to make such proclamations...but i am righ that the a Touchwall device will be bigger than the ipod ;-)
> 2008/5/16 Ziya Oz <email@example.com>:
>> Lee Hsieh:
>>> when an affordable version comes out this thing is going to be Huge
>> I don't doubt it. :-)
>> The guy who introduced this a few days ago also predicted at Comdex 2001
>> that "within five years, I predict that it will be the most popular form of
>> PC sold in America."
>> He also predicted in 2004 that email spam would be dead in two years' time.
>> And that our PCs at this point would be speech driven. And so on.
>> I missed the huge Tablet PC boom, so I was doubly determined to get ahead
>> this gestural computing wave. I recently set up a Yahoo group, WallHuggers,
>> maybe you've heard of it? I am about to finish a video to be made available
>> on YouTube wherein I show very clearly that if and when you run out of
>> digits to make a complex gesture on the wall, you can use a kickboxing move
>> to make your toes available as complementary computing agents (CCAs).
>> And I have a surprise for all those interaction designers out there. Among
>> the many dozens of open source gestural samples at my site, you will find
>> one that slows down the finger gesture in proportion to the size of the
>> it references: the larger the data involved, the slower and stickier the
>> gesture. Neat huh?
>> But that's nothing, I hope you download and try the "HotScent" framework.
>> Using infrared, the system allows you to feel the temperature of the
>> navigation: as you get closer to your correct query result, your digits can
>> feel the rising temperature.
>> Anyhow, I'm giving a talk on June 9 where I'll demo even more exciting
>> stuff. It's only $795, use my access code (MSFT) and get 85% off.
>> So yeah, I'm there.
>> Nullius in Verba
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