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!!