Major user interface change is in the air.
When the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone 12 years ago, he also introduced to many the concept of the multitouch user interface. He emphasized the benefit of using “the pointing device we were all born with”: our fingers.
But there’s one thing even more natural than physically poking something with our fingers: in-the-air hand gestures. All humans use hand gestures to communicate to other people.
Now Google wants you to use them to communicate with all your electronics.
Google is working on something it calls Project Soli, which uses radar to control electronics with in-the-air hand gestures.
Soli is quite amazing, actually. Here’s everything you need to know about the future of using all your electronics.