Science fiction is never short of excellent (and sometimes awful) computer interfaces. But in this talk here, Chris Noessel explains that we can learn a lot from what we see on screen.
Noessel got a better understanding of fictional computing after spending two years watching and analyzing sci-fi for a new book. This presentation shows some of his favorite and least favorite examples:
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