Multitouch has taken over the smartphone world and with the arrival of Windows 7 and tablets like the HP Slate and the iPad, we're seeing the technology in bigger devices a lot more frequently. So what comes after multitouch? Multitoe, of course!
The video below shows a demonstration of multitoe interaction, the brainchild of Professor Patrick Baudisch and the Human-Computer Interaction Group at Hasso Plattner Institute. Integrating high-resolution multitouch technology and back-projected floors, the team created a large, touch surface that recognizes the soles of the users shoes and allows them to manipulate controls using just their feet.
But seriously, this is amazing and looks like it could be very entertaining.
walking around your house could be an interactive experience in the future!!
They need bigger buttons for toes as feet as not at all flexible compared to fingers.
All fixed. :)