The biggest benefit in natural user interfaces is the ability to attract and captivate users with responses that are organic with minimal learning. Let's embrace our pocket protectors and go sci-fi for a few. Remember the touch screens on Star Trek?
Natural User Interface
The resistive touchscreen technology we use today was developed in research and engineering settings in the 1970s. This technology was first available to consumers in the 1980's with HP's first touch screen PC.
Join us for a series of articles on NUI (new-ie): Natural User Interface. (OK, it should really be NUtI as we'll be covering NUI and touch interfaces in general but that's a bit, well, you know...)