The dominance of touchscreen user interfaces will decrease over the next five years as more sensors are introduced to mainstream products and entirely new product form-factors emerge, necessitating new user interfaces such as voice, gesture, eye-tracking and neural, according to a new report from ABI Research.

The report examines popular user interface (UI) methods as well as the natural sensory technologies moving from research labs into future commercial products.

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