Best Apple iWatch Concept Video EVER!

Apr 3, 2010
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Here is the video:

It is pretty well done. All of the touch stuff can be done today. Projecting into thin air, not :).

While the production is wonderful and the guy who created it should get an immediate job offer from a marketing/production company, I think it is the wrong concept of our future. No one want to keep touching imaginary points in the air. We want computers to do things for us automatically. Putting the camera next to the watch should send the pictures to it automatically or better yet, to wherever store your images. We have to do entirely too much to get our computers to give us data back.
 

JackD201

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Apr 21, 2010
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If all mimes were that hot................ :D
 
Feb 8, 2011
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-- Extremely futuristic! :cool:

* But do we want to move our arms, hands, and finger?
...Or do we want to use our voice only (mouth to create sound requests)?

OR! Do we simply want to think? ...Without moving any parts at all of our body.
...Because, that's exactly where it's at now. :b ...Working on further developments ....

.... => http://www.hometheater.com/content/your-brain-ultimate-universal-remote-control
 
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Dec 15, 2011
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It is pretty well done. All of the touch stuff can be done today. Projecting into thin air, not :).

While the production is wonderful and the guy who created it should get an immediate job offer from a marketing/production company, I think it is the wrong concept of our future. No one want to keep touching imaginary points in the air. We want computers to do things for us automatically. Putting the camera next to the watch should send the pictures to it automatically or better yet, to wherever store your images. We have to do entirely too much to get our computers to give us data back.

Here is another one from a couple of years ago ... I think we are ready for it ;-)

[video]http://www.youtube.com/embed/jU0_yZ6yshM[/video]
 
Jul 25, 2012
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Greg_R

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Here is the video:

It is pretty well done. All of the touch stuff can be done today. Projecting into thin air, not :).

While the production is wonderful and the guy who created it should get an immediate job offer from a marketing/production company, I think it is the wrong concept of our future. No one want to keep touching imaginary points in the air. We want computers to do things for us automatically. Putting the camera next to the watch should send the pictures to it automatically or better yet, to wherever store your images. We have to do entirely too much to get our computers to give us data back.
+1. While we're at it, who decided that touch screens made great input devices? IMO they are horrible for any significant amount of data entry (typing e-mails, coding, etc.). I'm waiting for all the carpal tunnel problems in people's texting thumbs...
 
Dec 15, 2011
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+1. While we're at it, who decided that touch screens made great input devices? IMO they are horrible for any significant amount of data entry (typing e-mails, coding, etc.). I'm waiting for all the carpal tunnel problems in people's texting thumbs...
Apple seems to feel the way that you do as they just got a patent for touch sensitive metal housing ...

Apple Squeeze-Metal Patent


;-)
 

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