Interesting approach Shahin. You are absolutely right, the technology will stick if it changes behavior and creates new experiences.
As you know, the human brain is capable of doing very fine motor control but unfortunately current HCI methods, including the keyboard and mouse, cannot capture this amount of output data and hence we end up with a ridiculously low information transfer rate (ITR) compared to the speeds of which the brain and machines process information.
Personally, I am interested in methods that radically increase the ITR by capturing more of the human intention, e.g. 3D touch (and later N dimensional touch) and N dimensional feedback loops (haptic, voice, waves, etc). I am sure the plastic brain can learn to utilize these inputs/outputs.
Additionally, in the world of IoT, we simply cannot put keyboards and joysticks on every minuscule smart object, and need to find new reliable and low-power interfaces which ideally can be personalized/trained to each user. Technologies such as Soli (radar) would be handy in this situation.
Thanks for reading the article and your feedback.