10 responses

  1. Doug Lance
    October 22, 2010

    What about text input?

    • Adsaenz
      October 23, 2010

      The gloves don’t keep you from using a traditional keyboard. Also, speech to text microphones….whatever you feel like. I think G-Speak is much more about navigating data than creating it.

  2. Peter
    October 22, 2010

    I wonder how much of this crosses into Microsofts Kinect technology for the xbox. Seems to be the same thing but with Microsoft I dont need the gloves.

  3. Joey1058
    October 23, 2010

    In five years or less, we’ll have cameras (plural) in our computer/game/television rooms using an 802.11n signal to interact with the world. I don’t think g or b will have enough signal strength to handle the load. The current model of cable/dish television will pretty much be dead by then. (Everyone thought that dead tree tech would be the first to go extinct, but Rupert Murdoch is fighting tooth and claw to the horrible bitter end.) And considering that cablecos are bundling telephony, telecommunications will fit in somewhere. All it boils down to is affordability.

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