Freitag, 31. Oktober 2008

HCI future Visions

1957- Kitchen of the Furture (a vision for 2000):




1967- AD Kitchen of the Future(a vision for 1999):



1967- AD Shopping from Home(a vision for 1999):



1993 "You Will" AT&T Ads:



1987- Apple Computer (a vision for 1997):



Pen and Watch PCs- no keyboard and monitor anymore(a vision for 2020):



2008- Office Labs: Future of personal health concept (Microsoft vision):




Future Mobile Phones:

Nokia Morph Concept:



Nokia 888 Design:



Nokia's mobile phone of the future (2)



Mobile Phone just like a swiss knife:



See some Videos about it:




A comedy Video:



A thing in my pocket(a vision for 2020):



Future Mobile Phone from Nokia: a contact lens display(a vision for 2015):




Future of Computer Interface from Jeff Han and Microsoft:

Montag, 27. Oktober 2008

Google Earth for iPhone and iPod touch

SideSight



As reported in PC magazine, 3 researchers from microsoft has introduced a new interaction technique with mobile phone using two linear arrays of discrete infrared (IR) proximity sensors, specifically ten Avago HSDL-9100-021 940nm IR proximity sensors spaced 10 millimeters apart.

By twisting one's hands appropriately on either side of the phone, objects could be rotated in place. Pages could be panned and scrolled by moving a hand up and down, and Microsoft also proved that text could be entered and edited on the main screen through a stylus while the other hand scrolled the page -- a movement that would be akin to the motions a user's hands would make if he or she were writing on a sheet of paper.

A quick motion toward the device could also be interpreted as a "click," according to Microsoft.
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Street Dating using NFC Tech.

A proof of concept for a Mobile Dating application. Video taken at the NFC workshop part of NordiCHI'07 conference in Oslo.

Dienstag, 14. Oktober 2008

Optimus Maximus OLED keyboard

The Keys label can change and any key can have any functionality(customizabel).

adaptable Navigation for Samsung Soul

The navigational touch pad has an adaptable labling, which changes according to the context (current application):



Pros:
- Lots of functionalities can be mapped to the same controls
- Still always have a correct lable for users to see what control they are using

Samstag, 11. Oktober 2008

Montag, 6. Oktober 2008

Asus P552w

This mobile phone has a powerful 624 MHz CPU and a Touch display.



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Mittwoch, 1. Oktober 2008

Microsoft Surface

Some demos from the microsoft surface:
http://blogs.zdnet.com/igeneration/?p=502

I like the side Interaction in:

Visidon: Mobile Interaction

Visidon is a software company that offers real-time face image processing, video enhancement and new user interaction techniques for various embedded and mobile device platforms.

http://www.visidon.fi




Visidon is a spin-off company from the Machine Vision Group of the University of Oulu.

This company offers VDMobile, which is a user interaction engine for handheld electronic devices. It enables new kinds of user interface techniques for mobile applications such as games, web and image browsing, and gesture recognition.



The user interaction engine includes

* Video motion estimation
* Gesture recognition
* Sensor fusion: video, accelerometer, touch screen etc.

HCI group at Konstanz University

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