Natural User Interface Is A Red Herring. What We Really Need Is A Dyson Sphere

I’m a real sucker for natural user interface. I eat it up at tradeshows, I drain my wallet on the various accessories, and I carpal my tunnels with its contortions. But does it make me fitter / happier / more productive / comfortable / not drinking too much? Not really, not yet, or at least not all by itself. I would argue that “natural user interface” is the wrong goal to have in mind while building user experiences, because it says nothing about the efficiency of the operation or the ultimate results. What we want is a Dyson sphere.

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