Microsoft chief research officer Craig Mundie recently demonstrated an extremely interesting concept that could be part of a future computing interface during his college tour. While this concept supports the use of pens for precise input, the transparent glass display is also more than capable of recognizing voices and detecting touch-free gestures, pretty much in the same vein as the Xbox 360′s soon-to-happen Project Natal. Apart from that, this system is smart enough to detect a pair of eyes and navigate based on one’s gaze – guess the physically impaired will find this infinitely more useful when using a computer.
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