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They invented it when? When interactive technologies were first conceived

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  • 1. They invented it When?
    Mike Sharples
    University of Nottingham
  • 2. Widescreen HD videophone1879
  • 3.
  • 4. Voice controlled interactive TV1938
  • 5. The Wonder Book of Tell Me Why, 1935 (p.20)
  • 6. Handheld TV1948
  • 7. Tele Tone TV208TR,  7inch TV
  • 8. Adaptive automated tutoring system1956
  • 9. Gordon Pask and Robin McKinnon-Wood, Self Adaptive Keyboard Instructor
  • 10. Neural operated location-based multimedia guide1963
  • 11. The Thing Under The Glacier,Brian Aldiss, 1963
    “Instinctively [Jed] switched over to his miniputer to review the situation.
    It was a simple thing to do. Many of the parts of the miniputer were synthetic bio-chemical units, their “controls” built into Jed’s aural cavity; he “switched on” by simple neural impulse. At once the mighty resources of the machine, equal to the libraries of the world, billowed like a curtain on the fringes of his brain … Its “voice” came into his mind, filling it with relevant words, figures, and pictures.”
  • 12. Multimedia tablet computer1974
  • 13. Alan Kay and Xerox PARC Research Centre, Dynabook concept
  • 14. Worldwide web 1974
  • 15. “Now the idea is this:
    To give you a screen in your home from which you can see into the world’s hypertext libraries.
    (The fact that the world doesn’t have any hypertext libraries – yet – is a minor point)
    To give you a screen system that will offer high-performance computer graphics and text services at a price anyone can afford. …
    To make you part of a new electronic literature and art, where you can get all your questions answered and nobody will put you down.”
    Ted Nelson, Computer Lib/Dream Machines, 1974