At 8/27/10 08:59 PM, BlackmarketKraig wrote:
That is something else. On the radio today they were talking about technology similar to what was seen in the Tom Cruise movie Minority Report where people would navigate their computers with hand movements in the air. This Jedi Mind technology seems even cooler, as long as it is, or can become, really instinctive and responsive.
Actually, I think at this rate thought prediction is going to becoem a much more popular and advanced technology then "hand-movements" in the near future - they're going all out on this, and while it seems to be incredibly primitive now (well, they no longer need to screw a hole into your head) it's just going to skyrocket.
I prefer a controller, myself, interfacing with the computer for me means physical interaction, although I won't begrudge anyone the day when they're using this tech. And who knows, one of these days I might find myself playing a LAN with my friends, using this.
Oh, Sock, I've got the complete first season of the Sarah Conner Chronicles on dvd, but decided not to watch it because my parents like it, and for me that using means a great big red warning light. I might actually watch it, if you're recommending it ._.