Since June, Ted Talks, the series of video and audio podcasts produced by the annual invite-only conference called Ted, has been wowing audiences with heady doses of architecture, politics, and philosophy that are neatly packaged into short, digestible segments. In the episode released last Monday, 31 July 2006, Jeff Han demonstrates the Multi-touch User Interface that we covered a few months ago. He narrates the applications he shows off with an optimistic vision of the future where the "completely intuitive…interface just kind of disappears." Check out his talk and more brain food on TedTalks or iTunes.
More stories like this one.
Explore the Latest
Keep exploring more content below.
An excellent, affordable amplifier that’s far friendlier for non-audiophiles while still cranking out the brand's powerful, warm signature sound
Our spectacular return to the small Nordic nation
Digging into the balance of timeless design and technical innovation
The beloved restaurateur prepares an outdoor feast in honor of the new Añejo Cristalino Organico from Jose Cuervo’s Reserva de la Familia
A comprehensive look at the beloved Japanese artist's work
A fiesta and siesta concept overlooking the splendors of Palmanova Beach
Art and science align for this powerful new exhibition in Bentonville, Arkansas
Thanks to a patent-pending Sight System, this appliance—with room for 27 wine bottles or 88 cans—lets you glance inside with a connected app
A young cognac blender shares a once-in-a-lifetime liquid
The recently opened homeware retailer's spectacular in-person display was a highlight at the beloved fair