Get Adobe Flash player

Mobile Gestural Interface (Crossan)

2851 Views
 
 

Added on Apr 3, 2008

Length: 00:53 | Comments: 0

This is a really cool concept for gestural interface on a mobile device. This was done on a Nokia N72.

Basically, you tilt the phone in the direction you want to move the menu guide, pointer, or character (like in a game). Seems alot better, instead of pushing buttnos all the time, and beats even touch-screen!

Based on a paper entitled: Wrist Rotation for Interaction in Mobile Contexts

By:
Andrew Crossan, John Williamson, Stephen Brewster, and Rod Murray-Smith

(Of the University of Glasgow, England)

Channels: Technology  

Tags: mobile  gestural  interface  user  Andrew  Crossan  wrist  rotation  UI  GUI  menu  gesture  cell  phone 

SHOW MORE

Video Responses (0) Post Video Response

Be the first to post a video response!

Comments: (0)


Cool New Things You Can Do With A Mobile 27:03

Mobile TV: Daughter 00:35
Mobile TV: Daughter
by sibichan
Views: 3534 | Comments: 0

Mobile TV: Son 00:33
Mobile TV: Son
by sibichan
Views: 2791 | Comments: 0

The Evolution of Mobile Phones 1985 - Today 02:52

Simian Mobile Disco - Cerulean 06:50
Simian Mobile Disco - Cerulean
by bcmoney
Views: 3367 | Comments: 0

Mobile Desktop 03:29
Mobile Desktop
by ImprovEverywhere
Views: 2637 | Comments: 0

Mobile TV: Mom 00:54
Mobile TV: Mom
by bcmoney
Views: 4476 | Comments: 0