“Trends suggested that by the year 2015, desktop computers as we know them today, will be relics of the past. Rapid advances in screen technology and the diminishing size of microprocessors will make it possible to invent new archetypes for the computer, coupled with new gestural and semantic languages. In an age of ubiquitous computing, our walls, tables and other elements in our environment will become platforms for us to interact on. It will involve access to information, and exchange and generation of data. Most importantly, these interactions will involve people connecting with people in the most serendipitous ways, through a system that is constantly aware and always connected, if desired.” Excert from this article.
Integrated Health Care
Now I have two interests here. One, any surface becoming an interface. Imagine dragging the display from your desktop to the wall! Two, collecting data about myself for health reasons. I am going to be looking at sleep monitors, activity monitors and wider use of sensors for the individual.