Moore's Law Meets Physiology: The Future of Interactive Systems (08 Feb 2002)
When the graphics frame buffer became cheap enough to be standard on every workstation and Xerox/Apple developed the desktop metaphor of interaction most human-computer interaction research focused on that model. The desktop metaphor has been exhaustively explored, while Moore's Law of computing capacity has marched on. If we consider the next 10 years of computing growth and compare that against the static capacities of human beings, where does that lead us in terms of human-computer interaction. Where are the next targets of opportunity?
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/cs547/abstracts/01-02/020208-olsen.html
(Dan Olsen, Brigham Young University)
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