Monday, September 22, 2008


The researchers over at NAU want to make it a computer that comprehends human interfacing- thus understanding the movements of the hands, the legs and other external parts of our body. The user could step inside and gather all the information by "grabbing" it. It would be a circular screen on the inside, along with surround sound and all this combined with human interfacing would put the Cocoon on top of the list when talking about user friendly devices.

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