Posts belonging to Category 'ergonomic products'

The future is here

As I’ve alluded to before, for me, one of the most memorable scenes from the film, “Minority Report”, was when the “precrime” police officers interface with a large, transparent computer screen using arm movements, gestures and voice. This concept has immediate appeal to any RSI sufferers – imagine no longer using a tendon/muscle disabling device […]

Microsoft Kinetic soon to be available for PC?

After much success with the Kinetic motion capture/control system (formerly project Natal), Microsoft is thought to be soon releasing the gesture control system for the PC, including laptop and tablet type devices. This could soon start a revolution in computer input. According to this article Microsoft has applied for a US patent called ‘Gesture Keyboarding’ […]

Computer thought control by 2020?

In an article titled “Intel: Chips in brains will control computers by 2020” in Computer Weekly a vision is painted of computers being controlled by an implanted sensor in the human brain. The mind boggles at the mere though of this. It’s a very Orwellian concept. Imagine other sensors out there being able to read […]

New Ergonomic Products Page

I have released a new page on the site which contains a list of  ergonomic products it’s also available from the main menu on this site. The page is not so much intended as a page of products that I endorse. It is more a collection of the latest products in the field of ergonomic […]