When #BPM met 'Minority Report' Part II: using touchscreen technology for Social BPM workshops

I wrote a blog post in March about the combination of using interactive touchscreen technology with BPM software (http://reduxonline.com/theo/2010/3/8/creating-a-new-user-experience-when-social-bpm-met-minority.html) and trying to lose the archaic method of throwing up a large sheet of brown paper and embracing more modern ways of doing things.

Lo and behold I come across a great video by the ‘father’ of same UI, John Underkoffler at TED demonstrating the very same thing, and in which towards the end he lists the kinds of end user industries he’d see this kind of technology implemented in.

Urge you to watch the demo all the way through and try to imagine integrating this with BPM or even BAM/ BI software. Great stuff.

http://bit.ly/9lMx2G

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3 responses to “When #BPM met 'Minority Report' Part II: using touchscreen technology for Social BPM workshops

  1. Great video. I think we are just at the start of exploring new ways of interacting and collaborating with such technologies. Kinect and the SDK for it I believe will soon mean we see solutions that leverage gesture more and more especially with collaboration based workshops.

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