Kinetic Remote Control Concept Marries Android and Motion Sensing [VIDEO]
Remember the big April Fools joke this year which had a guy using motions and gestures to get his gmail to work? Apparently this might not be such a pie-in-the-sky idea as one Primiano Tucci has developed a concept application which has things headed in that direction. Watch the video below to see how he ties Android phone to his computer, using kinetic motions and sounds. Mr. Tucci pre-programs some gestures into the system and, as a result, is able to compose an email by simply moving his arms. Of course this isn’t necessarily ready for you and I to download and play with, however, it’s an awesome step forward.
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