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Picture-driven computing


“When I saw that, I thought, ‘Oh my God, you can do that?’” says Allen Cypher, a researcher at IBM’s Almaden Research Center who specializes in human-computer interactions. “I certainly never thought that you could do anything like that. Not only do they do it; they do it well. It’s already practical. I want to use it right away to do things I couldn’t do before.”
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New research could enable computer programming based on screen shots, not just code


Pranav Mistry: The thrilling potential of SixthSense technology


A mind-controlled wheelchair is moving closer to reality


“This is the future of human-robot interaction,” said Minguez, associate professor of computer science and systems engineering, who helms the team that is making a mind-controlled wheelchair a reality. “It’s pretty visionary stuff.”
in A mind-controlled wheelchair is moving closer to reality

Five Futuristic Interfaces on Display at SIGGRAPH


“The annual meeting of the ACM’s Special Interest Group on Graphics and Interactive Techniques, SIGGRAPH 2009, takes place in New Orleans this week. The event brings together some of the world’s best digital artists and computer researchers and is a showcase for some interesting new interfaces.

Here are five particularly cool ideas that will be on display at this year’s event.”
in Five Futuristic Interfaces on Display at SIGGRAPH“.