A research scientist from NYU’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, named Jeff Han, invented what could be the coolest computer interface I have seen in a long time. In the movie he talks about how kiosks can only accept input at one point on the screen at a time, meaning you can’t touch the screen with two fingers and have it accept both as an input. They are working to remove that restriction and demonstrate what the possibilities would be if we were free from it. The video is a little long but you will not be able to stop watching it. You’ll see things like a lava lamp that is completely at your disposal and they even show you how easy it will be to shuffle through to view your photos. If you see a photo in the bunch that you want to make bigger you just grab two opposite corners and drag them apart…pretty cool! So where will this take us in the future? Is this going to be the replacement to the Tablet PC that Microsoft has worked so hard to promote? People have a hard enough time forking out hundreds more for a Tablet PC so this touch-screen probably won’t be much different. Just like Jeff says in the video though: “Google should have one of these in their lobby.”