Having to create a username or password to access or command a computer or other wireless devices could be a thing of the past in the near future with the emergence of sensor control technology that could completely overhaul computing systems.
A computer can sense or detect finger movements and gestures, allowing users to play interactive computer games more easily.
Given the greater power of processors, sensors, wireless communications and embedded intelligent software, some computer makers are introducing explicit "moral sensibility" into computer systems. The computer revolution is being driven toward a paradigm shift to an "anywhere computer" era, which means computing can be used to recognise emotional information of users.
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