August 8th, 2012, 05:24 AM
Does this new 'natural interface' create standard 'cues' such as keystrokes or will the entire UI have to be rewritten to take advantage of it?
Such a ring would have other implications in real world programming, remember the holo screens in "Minority Report", well apart from the holo screen, your ring should be allow programmers to realise that functionality, albeit on projected monitors, or traditional screens
Finding a market that would use that functionality would be the next thing,
1) stock brokers, able to call up ticker symbols with bespoke gestures, airborne typewriter, trade executions (security (vision (obscurity moreso) would be important here)) wouldn't want the competition to know what trades you're making.
2) Military applications - possibilities are endless, but testing would possibly kill your budgets
3) Live 'video feed' aggregation, and editing on the hoof
4) KPI drill down
n) possibilities are endless
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