Patricia Loring, a research associate at Carnegie Mellon University, presses tiny blue dots on my fingers and the back of my hand. She tells me to adjust the keyboard as she maneuvers three webcams. On a monitor, I see a split screen, displaying images of my hands and posture (which is terrible). The blue stickers make it easier for the cameras to record my finger movements.
She tells me to look at a picture, Norman Rockwell’s Girl with Black Eye, and compose an email about it. I must type... READ ON