Multi-touch looks set to kill the mouse
Darren Waters, technology editor at the BBC, reports from Austin, Texas on the future of touch:
“The success of the iPhone has given rise to a new grammar of touch control while the advent of multi-touch in Windows 7 will further accelerate the evolution of human computer interfaces, the South by SouthWest festival has been told.”
It is refreshing to read a BBC article that is filled with terms such as experience design, interface design, future human computer interfaces, user interface, user experience, gesture based controls, humanising techs, etc.
Wow, didn’t they publish the same thing a few months ago?