Yes we can

Blogger Brad Feld wrote a recent entry citing a book on human-computer interfaces that says “the public restroom has become a test bed for gestural interface technology.” Intrigued, he browsed the loo at the Denver airport, and found that indeed all the equipment could be controlled touch-free. We’ve long acknowledged the physical access benefits of hands-free interfaces, but Feld points out this works as a good accommodation strategy for people with OCD, too.

Feld Thoughts: The Public Restroom as HCI Laboratory

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