730,000 miles in your frequent flyer account would be nice. That's what Bing Maps would have given their travels on their global ortho project - an effort to deliver detailed images of the continental USA and Europe.
I enjoyed the recent Razorfish 5 report - apart from the section on NUI. It's so much more than touch, speech and gesture and the mouse definitly isn't dead!
As our thirst for information continues to grow and the penetration of smartphones continues to rise, the potential for a more clickable world is near. I'm starting to see it become reality.
A few years back Robert Scoble announced that he cried when seeing a demo of WorldWide Telescope - today, I'm left wondering if he'll cry again when he sees it hooked up to Kinect. Click on through to read more and see the demo today from MIX11.
Pretty soon, the audio capability of Kinect will be exposed for academics and researchers to tinker with - the potential goes way, way beyond games.