Rural Area Development through Multi-interface Technology and Virtual Learning System
This paper presents the concept of multi interface technology based on psycho-logical factors of an individual that determine likes and dislikes of a person. According to this concept modern devices will be able to read an individual’s likes dislikes and then automatically change their interface including color combination, language, design etc. based on a person’s desire. In this paper e-learning concept is also introduced through which we can educate enough to understand a particular technology. After implementing this approach, we will be able to bring people close to the modern technology and can minimize the gap between technology and understanding of a common person living in a backward area.
KeywordsMulti interface smart interface interface that can automatically change rural area development human likes and dislikes and technology
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