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Hack you the human body as the next interface frontier

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This provocative narrative looks at the evolution of human computer interfaces and explores a future where the screen disappears, computers are embedded in our bodies and our DNA is used to programme …

This provocative narrative looks at the evolution of human computer interfaces and explores a future where the screen disappears, computers are embedded in our bodies and our DNA is used to programme objects


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  • 1. Hack you:The body as the next interface frontier Andy Goodman Marco Righetto
  • 2. A brief and inaccuratehistory of the man-machine interface
  • 3. Jacquard loom 1801
  • 4. Colossus valve computer 1943
  • 5. FORTRAN punch card 1953
  • 6. Rand Tablet 1961
  • 7. Fairlight CMI lightpen 1979
  • 8. MS-DOS 1980
  • 9. Xerox PARC "mice" 1981
  • 10. Macintosh GUI 1984
  • 11. iPhone touchscreen 2007
  • 12. Kinect 2009
  • 13. Siri 2011
  • 14. Sensors: A language ofgestures / A PredictiveWorld
  • 15. Facial recognition inJapanese vending machines
  • 16. McDonalds car database
  • 17. Where next?
  • 18. Embedded tech in ourbodies
  • 19. Expressions and micro-gesturesA new interaction language will berequired Public vs Private Outward vs InwardSelect Grab Stare at objectMove Slide palm Slide tongue sidewaysForward Pull closer Tongue touches front toothBack Push away Tongue touches back toothUndo Facepalm Purse lipsYes Nod SmileNo Shake Frown
  • 20. Programmable matter
  • 21. “Nano synbionts” Syntheticsymbiotic organisms
  • 22. @goodmania @marcorighetto @fjord