Okay, there a moments where you just fall off your chair and say – that is going to change everything. The keyboard and mouse just died. This technology, along with things that many teachers are never even knew happened – like QR codes – is a great example of just how irrelevant so much of the debate around “will we/won’t we” and “moving towards” is and how fast third horizon technologies evolve. The real question now is – do we still need caves.
This video demonstrates the functionality and potential applications of Predator, an object tracking algorithm that simultaneously tracks, learns and detects an unknown object in real-time.
– human-computer interfaces
– security and games
– improvement of image search
– object-centric stabilisation
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4 thoughts on “The keyboard and mouse is dead”
Google killed QR codes this week and replaced them with near-field communication (NFC) [http://goo.gl/kjbwO] Which is making me think that the attempts to future proof technology in education are futile.
agreed: so let’s drink and be merry … let the band play on.
Seriously impressed! The potential is huge. Now to pimp it up further with someaudio feedback for those of us who have vision issues.
There are similarities with the Tobii range. See http://www.spectronicsinoz.com/product/tobii-ceye
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