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Gesture navigation might be your only choice on the Google Pixel 3 (Updated)

If you don't like the gesture navigation controls of Android 9.0 Pie, then you might not like the Pixel 3.
C. Scott BrownAugust 6, 2018555 shares
 

Don’t like Google Now? Change the swipe up gesture to something new – Android customization

If you do not use Google Now, or you do but you still want to take advantage of the swipe up gesture for other uses, this Android customization post will help you through.
Jonathan FeistJuly 9, 20151277 shares
 

New Pixart gesture sensor creates a three-dimensional space extending 6 inches above your smartphone

PixArt has signed a deal with Pantech for a new smartphone gesture sensor which offers up to 6 inches of range, double that of the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Robert TriggsFebruary 20, 2014138 shares
 

World’s smallest 3D Depth sensor could redefine gesture based control of mobile devices [video]

An evolution to gesture controls for mobile devices could be just around the corner. Infineon Technologies has produced what they are calling the world's smallest, most integrated and ...
Jonathan FeistJanuary 30, 2014289 shares
 

Gesture-based interaction: the future of input technology?

Can gesture-based input methods emulate or even surpass the connections we make with touch input? What sort of applications will gesture control bring? Read on, as we take a 3 ...
Adam KoueiderMay 10, 2013141 shares
 

Trigger gesture launcher app now available for download on Google Play

Trigger, the latest gesture launcher made available for the Android OS, can be downloaded right now for free on Google Play.
David GonzalesFebruary 16, 2013133 shares
 

Leap Motion 3D gesture controls coming to Asus Notebooks. Smartphones and tablets next?

Asus notebooks will soon support built-in 3D gesture recognition through Leap Motion. Will smartphones and tablets benefit next from this technology?
J. Angelo RacomaJanuary 4, 2013258 shares
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