Although Windows and Macintosh are both showing their age, Michael Mace of Cera Technology thinks there is enormous opportunity for a renaissance in personal computing.
In this post he describes the next-generation personal computing opportunity, and what could make it happen.
“I call the new platform sensory computing because it makes much richer use of vision and gestures and 3D technology than anything we have today. Compared to a sensory computer, today’s PCs and even tablets look flat and uninteresting.
There are four big changes needed to implement sensory computing.”
They are 3D, a modernized UI, a new paradigm (metaphor) for user interaction, and a modernized computer ecosystem.