GESTURE COMPUTING -- GESTURE -RECOGNITION -- what's new...a survey of the latest articles and product announcements shows the following that will lead to a next-generation of input and search for content and interfaces:
Mobile moves upAustralian IT, Australia -
... second category, mobile computing devices, will connect with corporate computing applications to ... using a combination of voice, text and gesture-based inputs to ... * HIGHLIGHTS FROM ARTICLE INCLUDE:
"From Motorola's chief technology officer: Padmasree Warrior spends a lot of time thinking about mobile phones.* Motorola's Screen3 content delivery technology, which has been deployed on the Cingular mobile network in the US. It uses a scrolling tickertape at the bottom of the screen to keep the phone constantly updated Motorola is working on new companion products, including micro-projectors, which will be capable of projecting content from a mobile onto a flat surface, increasing the effective screen size for certain applications. These devices may eventually be embedded into some phones. Warrior described this as multi-modal interaction, using a combination of voice, text and gesture-based inputs to control and interact with the device."
HP GESTURE BASED KEYBOARD LAUNCHED IN INDIA: Watershed product could revolutionize communication in Indian ...Digital Opportunity Channel, India - Microsoft, Brown University Launch Center For Pen-Based Computing Mission learns US wireless sensor secrets
... the power of computing to vast numbers of new users — all in their own language and without prior knowledge of English or typing. The gesture-based keyboard ... The gesture-based keyboard (GKB) â€” developed by researchers at HP Labs India also holds the potential for Indic languages derived from the Devanagari and Tamil scripts to be used in a similar manner. That could benefit more than 1.5 billion non-English speaking people, including Indian, Nepalese, Sri Lankan, Bangladeshi and other phonetic script users.
Brown researchers have investigated gesture-recognition software for more than a decade in studies that have been partially funded by Microsoft. "The pen is mightier that the keyboard," van Dam stated.
Germany : Eleksen brings USB fabric designs at CeBIT
Fibre2fashion.com (subscription), India -
... for the growing market of highly portable and mobile computing devices for ... functions to navigation scroll controls and even multimedia gesture controls into ...
Electronics Talk, UK -
... 'I believe that exciting new opportunities for WSNs in pervasive computing will emerge ... computer, which will understand when you type, point, click or gesture. ...
Watershed product could revolutionize communication in Indian ...Digital Opportunity Channel, India -
Microsoft, Brown University Launch Center For Pen-Based Computing
Mission learns US wireless sensor secrets
Sun SPOT Project Could Help Usher in New Computing Era
LinuxInsider.com, CA -
... It is unlikely that pervasive computing will hit the mainstream anytime soon, Ledin said ... to transfer a motion picture from one device to another with a gesture. ...
University of Southampton, UK -
... present Ambient Gestures, a novel gesture-based system designed to support ubiquitous ‘in the environment’ interactions with everyday computing technology. ...
|Interface with computers using gestures of the human body, typically hand movements. In gesture recognition technology, a camera reads the movements of the ...|
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|Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3881 Springer 2006, ISBN 3-540-32624-3 BibTeX ... Recognition of Deictic Gestures for Wearable Computing. 112-123 ...|
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