Since 2015, I am performing an annual academic lecture on Natural User Interfaces at the Athens University of Economics and Business. I love getting back to where my coding journey started, speaking with younger Computer Science students, inspiring them, and get inspired. In this strange COVID-19 year, all lectures and classes are delivered online. So, I’m uploading my presentation slides, hoping to reach a far greater audience of Artificial Intelligence and Motion Tracking enthusiasts.
We start our tour 60 years ago with the first titanic computer machines and continue to the bright days of keyboards, mice, and graphical interfaces. Then, we explore the world of smartphones and touch devices until we reach the era of Natural User Interaction. You will meet three generations of Kinect, explore the new RealSense cameras, and see how AI and Machine Learning allowed for giant leaps forward.
So, I hope you enjoyed the presentation! Let me know what else you would like to cover in the comments below. By the way, I’m speaking at the IT|Pro Dev Connections online conference on the 13th of November. My talk will be in the English language. Check for the registration link and learn more about Natural User Interfaces and Artificial Intelligence. It’s free!