- Microsoft Kinect, a gaming system without remotes, debuts this week
- The system, on sale in November, may help usher in a new era of computing
- Researchers are trying to move us beyond the mouse, keyboard and screen
- New technologies read gestures, listen to voices and track eye movements
(CNN) — Goodbye computer mouse, keyboard and monitor.
Say hello to a new, simpler era of human-computer interaction — this time, with no clunky hardware standing between you and digital information.
In this new world, there are options aplenty.
Instead of sliding a mouse across your desk, you could just point at whatever you’d like to select. Instead of pecking away at a keyboard, you could just say what you’re thinking. And instead of glaring at a big screen all day, why not just project that information on the surface of your contact lenses?