I was watching the Nokia Morph
afternoon, and it got me thinking on a
tangent. Perhaps it's only because there was only one character in the
video, but I
am having a hard time seeing how this sort of tool would benefit human
interaction...the kinds we all potentially will design.
I guess my broad question is, in your opinions, how will Nanotechnology
impact Interaction Design? For the uneducated, is Nanotechnology just about
mobile phones that you can fold up and put in your pocket (or wrap around
your wrist), or will there be bigger interaction benefits as well?
Looking forward to your forward-thinking opinions.