Future concepts or future interfaces, I love them all. Have a look at this brilliant sound-driven interface prototype / experiment, where they explain how interpretation of sounds made on surfaces translate into interactions and operations
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As the video explains there is no need for pads, infrared or voice – all you need to do is draw a “command” on the table or wall and your device reacts accordingly. Not even distance from the device seems important.
(Found via Tantramar)