Context Aware Computing (03 Nov 2000)
Keyboards and mice will not continue to dominate computer user interfaces. Keyboard input will be replaced in large measure by systems that know what we want and require less explicit communication. Sensors are gaining fidelity and ubiquity to record presence and actions; sensors will notice when we enter a space, sit down, lie down pump iron, etc. Pervasive infrastructure is recording it.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/seminar/abstracts/00-01/001103-selker.html
(Ted Selker, MIT Media Lab)
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