Shahin Farshchi
Dec 6, 2017 · 1 min read

As an investor excited about tomorrow’s human-machine interfaces, I’m looking for 1) the technology coupled with 2) a unique experience enabled by the technology. Many of the examples above are certainly “cool,” but you’re still moving a cursor or selecting an object. Outside of the medical applications, common sense suggests just using the keyboards, joysticks, and emojis we are accustomed to. The motion picture enabled narratives/monologs the created the movie industry. The “fun” early video games led to the video game industry, which eventually eclipsed films. Pixar was important because of Toy Story. Founders wanted!!

    Shahin Farshchi

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