User Interface History to near Future

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A short history of more than 500 years of User Interface and Interaction design with machines.
Presentation for the Kickoff day of MAS834 Tangible and Beyond class at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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User Interface History to near Future

  1. 1. From PreHistoric Interfaces to NearFuture Interactions Jb Labrune - Jamie Zigelbaum - Hiroshi Ishii MIT MediaLab 2009
  2. 2. 1300 Automata • Al-Jazari • Tea Serving Robots
  3. 3. 1500 DaVinci
  4. 4. 1780 Louis XVI Clocks Aerostats Water Robots Fireworks
  5. 5. 1850 Machines :: Franz Reulaux
  6. 6. 1930 Robots • Yasutaro Mitsui in the 1930’s
  7. 7. 1900 Photographic Gun
  8. 8. 1900 Opto|ElectroMechanical Study of Movement • Jules-Etienne Marey • Eadweard Muybridge
  9. 9. 1920s Acoustic Locators
  10. 10. Acoustic Locators
  11. 11. 1920s Acoustic Locators
  12. 12. 1920s Acoustic Locator
  13. 13. 1950 SAGE - Lincoln Lab
  14. 14. 1930 Pre-Memex • Paul Outlet • Emmanuel Goldberg
  15. 15. Bush
  16. 16. 1945 Vannevar Bush - MEMEX
  17. 17. 1950s Wiener
  18. 18. 1960s Bell Labs - Shannon
  19. 19. 1961 J.C.R Licklider
  20. 20. 1960s EAT :: Experiments in Art and Technology
  21. 21. 1963 Ivan Sutherland & Bert Sutherland
  22. 22. 1968 Doug Engelbart
  23. 23. 1969 Ted Nelson : Xanadu
  24. 24. 1969 Interactive Art :: Krueger, Senster
  25. 25. 1972 LOGO • Papert (BBN) • Radia Perlman
  26. 26. 1978 John Frazer
  27. 27. 1978 Winograd - SHDRLU
  28. 28. 1972 Alan Kay
  29. 29. 1983 Ben Shneiderman - Direct Manipulation • 1983 coined the term Direct Manipulation
  30. 30. 1980 Commercial GUIs Xerox Star
  31. 31. Hutchins, Hollan, and Norman • Direct Manipulation Interfaces. HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION, 1985, Volume 1, pp. 311-338
  32. 32. 1987 Hypercard to WWW
  33. 33. 1990 Mark Weiser - Ubicomp Natalie Jereminjenko
  34. 34. 1990s CMC - Mediaspaces
  35. 35. 1995 Ishii -Tangible Interfaces
  36. 36. 1997 Underkoffler - Gestural Interfaces
  37. 37. 2008 Mit Medialab - Radical Atoms
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