Machines, especially computers, have become an essential part of our daily life and are widely used in many aspects of our society. Hence, any development that improves or changes the way we work with computers can have an impact on the productivity and the well-being of our society at large.
But what is left to be improved? Although new products and upgrades do always come with better, sleeker interfaces, the fundamental paradigm they all still adhere to has been established and unchanged for a long time. We press buttons. We move mice. We touch screens.