MINORITY REPORT INTERFACE DESIGN -- who did what-- and where is it in real life? Big question that I've been looking at in preparation for my panel on Thursday, March 30 at DIGITAL HOLLYWOOD on what I'm calling -- "Where is Your Content? Who has the stuff? In the Digital Hollywood www.digitalhollywood.com printed catalog and online it is called "Desktop Browser & Search As Application Platform: Gateway to Information and Entertainment, 11:05 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Palisades Ballroom, Loew's Santa Monica Hotel (if you're interested in sitting in on the presentation or getting a copy later email me NOW at [email protected].).
Still photo of Tom Cruise searching for info in MINORITY REPORT -- showing gesture technology interface now similar to the one being developed at G-speak (www.g-speak.com) in Los Angeles.
SO WHO DESIGNED THE INTERFACE FOR THE FILM? After much research I've come up with the following info. If you readers know more and want to clarify, please note in the comments to this blog or email me directly at [email protected]. Thank you. Links provided on the www.g-speak website include the following media:
- CNN – 19 April 2005
- CBS – 23 August 2005
text about g-speak www.gspeak.com
It’s also a vision found in The Minority Report. ... “John Underkoffler set out to create a 'gestural' method of input, whereby specific hand movements ...www.lukew.com/ff/entry.asp?104 - 13k -