Bumping into Jeff Han, who some would call the father of multitouch interfaces (or at least someone highly obsessed with them), was a highlight of my Nextfest fly through. He was showing off Perceptive Pixel's 16 foot long multitouch system and I got a chance to ask him about the UI, what he thinks of and the iPhone and other systems, and how much he must hate Minority Report jokes. (Including the one I happened to crack.) No one laughed. Couldn't help it, Jeff, sorry. [Perceptive Pixel via NextFest]
Jeff Han Talks Multitouch, iPhones, and Lame Minority Report Jokes
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