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March 25, 2010

text-free user interfaces - Medhi interface




Indrani Medhi brings the power of computing to illiterate, first-time users in India.

“It really came as a very pleasant surprise,” says Medhi, an associate researcher in the Technology for Emerging Markets group at Microsoft Research India whose work in text-free user interfaces is being featured by MoMA. “From the beginning, we did not think of this as an art project. We just thought of it as solving a particular problem.

4 comments:

Tom Hank said...

nice work

Tom Hank said...

nice techology

Research Paper said...

Many institutions limit access to their online information. Making this information available will be an asset to all.

kinds of cats said...

its really good work i really like this great work from ur side,,,well i think its the brilliant idea tht u want to make it available for all..