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Front Cameras on Vehicles

Most of us have seen the cars (often SUVs) with cameras placed on their back, looking behind them, so that drivers can easier park. These are great. What would also be helpful are small cameras on the tips of the front of cars, pointing left and right.

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The Mother of All Demos Turns 40

On December 9, 1968, 40 years ago today, Doug Engelbart unleashed The Mother of All Demos onto an unsuspecting world.

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The Disciplines of User Experience

UPDATE: I updated this diagram in 2009 for the second edition of Designing for Interaction that addresses some of the shortcomings I note below. The diagram now looks like this (click for larger image): Like almost nothing I’ve done, a model that I put in…

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The Power of the Click

Never underestimate the power of a good click.

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Cute Overload: Double-Taker (Snout) Project

I just discovered my old professor Golan Levin had a new project this year, nicknamed Snout.

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The Politics of Products

It’s not often a product makes its way into presidential politics, unless it is a nuclear weapon or a handgun. Which is why we were so intrigued by this.

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Interactive Gestures Coming to Appliances

First it was public restrooms. Now your kitchen. This new side-by-side refrigerator by AEG-Electrolux conserves energy by going into sleep mode and but can be woken up with a wave, just like the paper towel dispenser at an airport bathroom

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New blog post: Eyes on the Road! Or why my car should NOT be a giant smartphone on wheels: http://t.co/O4Z8OJ3N6S4 hours ago