Recently Craig Mundie, Microsoft’s chief research and strategy officer showed a new UI . There have not been much details about this UI. But this might be expected to be one of the future UI for any of the Microsoft products. Microsoft these days is investing a lot in Research & Development and we can expect Microsoft to use this in its future Windows 8 as well.
According to dailytech :
Bubbles are auto-generated in various categories (personal, entertainment, gaming, etc.) and can also be created by a user. Clicking on a bubble brings up a program or interaction item. For example clicking on a bubble for an upcoming flight will display alternate flight times with weather-based probability for delays. Users could use the interface to switch their flight, should the desire.
Also adding :
Microsoft might be trying a bit of the same. Whether the new interface shows up in Windows 8, or Windows 9, perhaps, it appears like it will dramatically alter the way we interact with our desktops and laptops.
Do the think the so called “Riskiest product” will have such a UI??
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