Been there, done that. What’s the user interface of tomorrow? – VentureBeat
Of course, the most natural user interface of all would be when the computer can read your mind with no effort on the user’s part. This is the promise of research around brain-computer interaction. Gaming is one of the first areas where we could see this type of interface come into play. In fact, a company called NeuroSky already offers some level of brainwave sensing for game play. But brain-computer interaction could do so much more than operate games. At Microsoft, for example, we’re thinking about how a computer could tailor the information it’s presenting based on a user’s state.