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Multitouch and Multigesture November 17, 2006

Posted by reto wettach in innovative interfaces, physical interaction design.
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Jeff Han and his wonderful multitouch investigation is nothing new to the interaction design community. But this little video (produced by podtech)from Microsoft resarch is quite stunning, because it allows similar functionalities with a finger-tracking interface. I wonder how it feels to interaction with no tactile feedback…?
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(via NSTB)

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1. christian - October 3, 2007

Mmm, it reminds me Manual Input Session from Golan Levin. There are different computer vision libraries that can make you build the same thing in a moment. I just don’t picture myself doing those stupid movements in front a screen. Sure thing can be easily applied to screens without physical input interfaces and multi-touch screen.

2. HCI.CN - September 25, 2008

Multi-Touch Company http://hci.cn


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