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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 11:31:13 PM
Lindsey: I loved it. And people who review technology are very cynical.
1/9/2013 11:31:35 PM
She says she likes the ability to control it from afar.
1/9/2013 11:32:14 PM
Matt: Looking at connected cars and how do all these things fit together.
1/9/2013 11:33:08 PM
Brian Cooley to James Park about Fitbit: How do you make it mainstream?
1/9/2013 11:33:36 PM
James: In the past two years, mainstream retailers have opened up that category.
1/9/2013 11:34:09 PM
He's wearing the Fitbit Flex right now. Shows him his progress to his goal. He set 10,000 and smashed that by mid-day.
1/9/2013 11:34:50 PM
1/9/2013 11:35:05 PM
It tracks activity, steps, calories, distance, sleep quality -- how many times you woke up, etc.
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Brian Tong plays Fruit Ninja with the Eye Trib technology. Playing the game with his eyes.
1/9/2013 11:37:53 PM
They are hoping to put the tech in desktop, laptop, cars, smartphones.
1/9/2013 11:38:20 PM
Can move the curser with your eyes, but no "click" function.
1/9/2013 11:38:35 PM
Brian Tong playing Fruit Ninja using eye controls
1/9/2013 11:38:43 PM
Back to the panel.
1/9/2013 11:39:32 PM
Michael says developer community is the most important thing to Leap Motion.
1/9/2013 11:39:50 PM
They create things that help people use Leap in new ways.
1/9/2013 11:40:36 PM
Lindsey talks about Leap replacing something like the remote control.
1/9/2013 11:40:59 PM
Michael: We image uses like a conference room where everyone can add things to the same screen.
1/9/2013 11:41:37 PM
Brain Cooley: User data and this category. "This is like unlocking the new area of data."
1/9/2013 11:42:31 PM
Matt: I'm looking forward to the day where I don't have to go to the doctors anymore. The smartphone that can detect if something's wrong based on how you are walking, etc.
1/9/2013 11:43:07 PM
James: if you collect this data and present it to your doctor, it's pretty informative about how you've been living your life. It would help the doctor better diagnose you.
1/9/2013 11:43:49 PM
Brian Cooley: We're moving toward the 401k-ification of healthcare, where we have to invest in our own health.
1/9/2013 11:44:05 PM
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And, we're done. Thanks for joining us!
1/9/2013 11:56:20 PM
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