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As we have grasped interaction as a core component connecting people and computerized devices, the world is now dramatically infusing interaction with data, processes, and computerized things as well as people, shifting to a new era of the Interaction of Everything. We believe that, given the drive towards IoE, the upcoming era of IoE will boost up the values of HCI at both the personal and social level.
December 12th, Neil Trevett Khronos Group President
Mobile platforms and advanced vision sensor capabilities are beginning to transform how the real and virtual worlds can be merged to enable new classes of user interaction. However, the software community needs to effectively leverage expanding hardware capabilities if this latent capability is to be unleashed. The Khronos Group is an industry consortium creating open API standards for parallel computing, advanced graphics, vision and sensor processing on a wide variety of platforms and devices - including OpenGL®, OpenCL™ and OpenVX™. AT HCIK 2015, Neil will present the latest developments in open, foundational hardware acceleration and sensor APIs, and the role they can play in the future of advanced UI/UX.
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