Jeff Han Demonstrates the Future of Computers (Vid) | Minority Report Is Today, Not Tomorrow

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Most of us are familiar with a newer technology available on computers, commonly called the touch screen.

You’ve likely used one to check in at the airport or in a self-checkout line at the grocery store, but this NYU Professor, Jeff Han, demonstrate what he has been able to do with this basic idea to expand the accessibility and the ability of computers in the future.

If you’ve seen the Minority Report with Tom Cruise, then you are already familiar with the idea of what this kind of technology can do and bring.

This first video includes sequences of demonstrations of what Han has invented, set to futuristic music, showing the amazing sensitivity of these computer screens, which respond to heat and pressure.

Below, you can check out his actual presentation that he gave on this subject. Watch and be amazed.

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