Posts Tagged: "gesture"

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IK Multimedia iRing Review

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ouch screens have spoiled most of us when it comes to interacting with our devices — after all, isn’t touching an icon simpler and quicker than having to tap it with a stylus? But lost in all this is the desire that preceded all this — what I call “Abracadabra”,...

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The Kymera Magic Wand Review

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onsumer electronic devices are cool — flat panel TVs, audio receivers, portable Bluetooth speakers, you name it. But the remotes these devices come with are pretty boring. And plain. How about spicing it up with a little magic? Or to be a bit more specific, by controlling them with a...

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Gesture Chair Inspired By Movement of Your Body (video)

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Steelcase’s Gesture Chair is the first one designed to support humans’ interactions with today’s technologies and is inspired by the movement of your body, but crafted for the way you work today. Steelcase did a global posture study in 11 countries, observing 2000 people in a wide range of postures,...

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Flutter: Play/Pause Spotify with a Hand Gesture (video)

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Giz had this, so did Technabob, but there is no shame in us posting it.  In fact, we wouldn’t have found this awesome free software called Flutter that allows you to play and pause your music (or video) with a “stop” hand gesture if it weren’t for those sites. [GR]IxsGgW6sQHI[/GR]...

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Sony Ericsson T707 Does Gesture Control

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Keeping things a bit more underwhelming today is Sony Ericsson’s T707 flip phone.  It’s endorsed by tennis star Maria Sharapova and much like the graceful tennis star it boasts a slender and sleek body.  What makes this handset slightly different is the ability to silence calls (or an alarm) by...

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MGestyk Provides Gesture Based Gaming (video)

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How’d you like to chow down on the greasiest burger of your life while your playing video games, all without the worry of destroying your game pad or keyboard?  MGestyk says they’ve developed a gesture controlled interface for your computer (Windows only) that uses a standard 3D camera to interpret...