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CES 2013: The next interface: You
Lindsey Turrentine and Brian Cooley host an all-star panel of industry luminaries, focusing on how humans will interact with the next generation of devices using their bodies instead of traditional input devices.
1/9/2013 10:59:37 PM
It's bustling over here and folks are taking their seats.
1/9/2013 11:02:20 PM
The Next Interface: You
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Check out Brian Tong. He's modeling some wearable tech.
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Here we go! It's starting.
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Folks on deck: James Park, CEO Fitbit; Matt Rogers, Founder and VP and Engineering, Nest and Michael Buckwald, Founder and CEO, Leap Motion
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First up a segment from Kara Tsuboi.
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Motion sensing devices becoming big in devices, starting with video games.
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Mentions of Leap Motion, Fitbit and Nest, of course.
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Of all the things we're seeing here "you're freaking out people the most," Brian says to Michael Buckwald.
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Brian: all of these panelists are taking is back to being children.
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Looking at Brian Tong's look at the smart glasses he's wearing.
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Brian Tong: an app links to the glasses. It has a tiny micro display that replicates the smartphone display. Vuzix Smart Glasses.
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Brian Cooley: it's a more understandable leap from Google Glass.
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Lindsey to the panelists: How has the smart phone made it easier for your interfaces?
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Matt Rogers says it's a big part of Nest because it allows for interaction.
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Brian Cooley: What's the integration plan? Don't all of you want to be out of the hardware business eventually?
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Matt: there's a natural progression of technology, but there's still some things in our lives that people are used to.
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Matt: We love being in the hardware business.
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Brian Cooley to Michael Buckwald: moving toward other integration?
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Michael: Want to make sure users don't have to carry around a big device to use their product, but there is room for that.
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Brian Cooley asks James Park about Fitbit's usability
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Talking about how Leap Motion filters out noise when it comes to motion.
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Back to Brian Tong and taking a look into his brain.
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A brain sensing headband from Muse.
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Brain sensing technology lets you see what's going on in your own head and use that information.
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Ultimately, Muse wants to make that a way to control appliances in your home, etc.
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Brian Tong is feeling the headband. Muse is having a party where people will be able to pour beer with their minds.
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Lindsey to the panel: wild stories of product use.
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Matt: A man in Arizona who was away from his home, in an area that was on fire, was able to check on his house while away.
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James: Parents turned falling asleep first into a competition among their kids. They used Fitbit to see who could fall asleep first.
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Michael: People who can't use regular ways to engage with technology, i.e., games, social media.
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Michael: the goal of Leap Motion is to feel like your arm is an extension of your computer.
1/9/2013 11:29:26 PM
Brian Cooley asks panels about getting the word out to customers when they feel comfortable with keyboards, mouse, etc.
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Matt: Letting people see the product in action.
1/9/2013 11:30:29 PM
Cooley showing off the Nest.
1/9/2013 11:30:44 PM
Lindsey talks about what got her into the Nest. She reviewed it for CNET.
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