"Don’t berate your moody teenager for wasting hours on computer games. It’s preparing them for the workplace of the future."
"We’re heading towards a point of ‘always on’ connectivity, where users always have an internet connection."
Ratzlaff points to a third generation of user interface. If the first level was the old command-line interface, and the second the GUI (using graphics), the latest phase moves away from the need for a keyboard and mouse, making manipulation much more direct by using touch, voice recognition and spatial awareness.
“We need to get to a point where initiating a video call is as simple as picking up the phone. It’s happening.”
The article tackles issues such as:
- The importance of Computer Games
- Video calls
- Cars connected to the Internet
Computer Games of the Future Daily Telegraph 04/12/10