The media consumption experience is poised to transform, and fast. Technologies that have been tinkered with for years, ranging from virtual and augmented reality to sensors and robotics, are finally on the tipping point of mass commercialization. As the physical and digital worlds converge, how will these technologies shape how people interact with digital media?
On November 18, 2014, NYC Media Lab and Razorfish hosted the second occasion of Future Interfaces, an evening "science fair" on the future of human-computer interaction and digital media. More than 300 guests came to go hands-on with 30 demos from startups and universities to see what's on the verge of commercialization, what’s still in the lab, and what advances will change the nature of media and communications in the future.
To learn more about the event and to see a full list of participating demos, visit www.nycmedialab.org/events/future-interfaces/