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Tactual Science Advisor, Professor Daniel Wigdor, a Computer Science Professor at the University of Toronto and former Architect of Microsoft's Natural User Interfaces Team
Minister for Technology, Gordon Rich-Phillips, today announced the $8 million Microsoft Centre for Social Natural User Interface Research at The University of Melbourne.
The various technologies that enable natural user interfaces are making interactions with computational devices far more intuitive, and often so simple that no instructions are even needed to use them," the report says.
Based on an add-on peripheral for the Xbox 360 console, it enables users to control and interact with the Xbox 360 without the need to touch a game controller through a natural user interface using gestures, spoken commands, or shown objects and images.
Natural user interfaces - Which will see technology developed to use more natural forms of command communication such as speech.
NET User Experience tent: Universal Canvas (an XML-based compound information architecture), a natural user interface, digital media support, privacy-enabling technologies, and a new dynamic delivery system for installation, updates, roaming and offline operation.
Finally, WebGlide delivers a new user interface paradigm -- the Natural User Interface (NUI) which simplifies 3D navigation and playback.
Expanding on the momentum of its Windows 7 product, PointGrab's solution for Windows 8 provides natural user interface (NUI) hand gesture functionality to customers, enabling an intuitive, touch-less experience with technology.