"Think of the frame like a display, but instead of a dumb display, it's quite smart," Gillett says.
"So it knows the temperature. It can read the frown on my face. It knows something about my moods and emotions by figuring out if I'm blushing .. things like that. It's really watching and interacting with me. I can control it by gesture, I can control it by voice," he describes.
The point of the frame will be to allow employees to choose whatever devices they want to use for work, while still providing them secure access to the software and data they need to do their jobs.