Speaker Andrew Fitzgibbon, Jamie Shotton, John Winn, Shahram Izadi, and Patrick Baudisch
Affiliation Microsoft, MSRC, University of Nottingham
Host Judith Bishop
Date recorded 14 April 2011
This session will focus on both research and commercial technologies for a variety of NUI input modalities. Of course, body tracking based on 3D cameras is a key technology in Kinect, but numerous existing and upcoming technologies, from full 3D face tracking to brain-computer interfaces, are available in our envisionings of the future of computer-mediated living. We will look at the ways in which we specify such systems and their programming models, and explore potential paradigm shifts in how complex sensor input is converted to user intent.
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