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New discussion site for post-PC interfaces

Sep 26, 2001 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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A note to the LinuxDevices.com community from the editor of Nooface.net . . .

I just set up a new Slash site at http://nooface.net to discuss post-PC interfaces. The goal of the site is to promote out-of-the-box thinking about truly next-generation user interfaces that are designed for new types of users and computing devices, and go beyond the WIMP… (Windows, Icons, Menus, Pointing-device) method that most current interfaces are based on.

Some of the topics discussed include visual user interfaces; web sensing and visualization; information appliance interfaces; user interface innovation; next-generation I/O peripherals; search interfaces; alternative web architectures; gesture input; 3D browsers; virtual worlds; game interfaces; wearable computing; data visualization; command-line interfaces; and UI development resources.

Check it out if you're interested.

 
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