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  • Morry Morgan
    Morry Morgan wrote:
    The last three decades of computing have been defined by mice, keyboards and the WIMP (windows, icons, menu, pointer) interface. But in the last few years we’ve seen significant advances in human-computer interfaces that rely on the more intuitive methods of touch, gesture and speech. The Wii and iPhone brought Natural User Interfaces (or NUIs) out of geeky research labs and into the hands of the mainstream, but is this all just a fad?

    Microsoft's Daniel Makoski's User Experience Studio Manager will be discussing how the first version of Microsoft Surface was designed, and what this all might mean for the future of technology, and how the principles of Natural User Interfaces apply to innovation in any business or organization.

    Beijing Hilton Hotel
    Friday, October 23rd - 9.30am to 6.30pm

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