Next Generation Interfaces: What, How, When?
Consumers are changing how they interact with technology. There is a growing expectation that a user interface no longer be confined to a screen and keyboard. Voice recognition and virtual personal assistances are just the beginning of this new era in UI/UX expectation. Interactions will move away from touchscreens and will increasingly make use of voice, ambient technology, biometrics, movement and gestures. With a predicted installed base of about 7B personal devices, 1.3B wearables and 5.7B other consumer IoT endpoints by 2020, the majority of devices will be designed to function with minimal or zero touch. Exploring what is coming, and how to work with and integrate these emerging technologies and when we should expect these futuristic technologies to arrive.
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- The paradigm of human computer interaction as we know it is changing rapidly and adapting to these changes soon are critical.
- Leveraging new interfaces leads will have significant impacts across all industries, beyond AR/VR/MR.
- How next generation interfaces can be leveraged to create more human centred design
- Sophie howe, CEO & Founder, xesto
Sophie howe, CEO & Founder, xesto