Wednesday, December 03, 2008
Future spatial navigation - Minority Report
g-speak overview 1828121108 from john underkoffler on Vimeo.
Now while this looks cool, its the gestures that I'm keen on.
And in time if those gestures can work from speech patterns, then that would be interesting.
Walk into room and tell you pc to give you news on Arsenal, funding and news in brief on international issues on security. And then hey voila!
I spoke to Adam Clayton Powell III some time back, who gave me an insight into the work of his students at the Integrated Systems Center at the Viterbi School of Engineering at the University of California.
One of the applications, you can see it here, but the sounds not so good.
Students would track buses via satellites. For female students this was immensely desirable as they could stay in doors and see the very moment their bus was drawing up to the bus stop, then calmly walk down stairs.
Jack Bauer - eat your heart out. Actually Powell's students gave 24 the idea.
What's the bet Sky News has this up in a couple of months. Bye bye arcane vid!eo wall huh