Nov 222008

A clip from Minority Report? No. It’s real.

g-speak overview 1828121108 from john underkoffler on Vimeo.

Oblong is apparently the company that advised the production staff of Minority Report on the technology of the film, with much of their expertise derived from the founders’ research at the MIT Media Lab. Oblong promises to “fundamentally chnage the way people use machines at work, in the living room, in conference rooms, in vehicles.”

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  2. The somewhat ironic part of this is that the computers of the future will take up just as much room as the very first ones.

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