Everyday technology is hurtling into the realm of science fiction, even
magic, with new devices that are as surprising and delightful as they
are useful. Developers and designers are running hard to keep up with
this warp-speed pace of tech innovation, and for now, mobile devices are
at the forefront. But what's next? Trends are emerging at the hazy
edges of the tech universe that hint at the future of computer
interfaces, including computers without interfaces at all.
Designer Josh Clark, author of "Tapworthy," takes you on an expedition
of this final frontier. Learn how smartphones and other sensor-rich
devices have changed how we approach computing, and explore how we can
better design for sensors. Learn how dumber machines will make us
smarter, and how our current work lays the groundwork for a future of
social devices. Along the way, you'll see how games lead the fleet, how
robots can help us build our software, and why post-PC computing is
about far more than phones and tablets. Finally, understand how a smart
approach to technology choices now will better prepare you for the
future, to boldly go where no geek has gone before.
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7:00 - 8:00 Presentation
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