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Shake your Laptop to Control your Apps

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Use synthetic X Window System events and embedded accelerometers to control applications by movement of a laptop computer. Translate gestures, such as shaking, into mode-switching commands with detection algorithms to interact with applications in new ways. Develop tools to help build the next generation of interfaces that use accelerometers, such as applications for laptops and iPhones.
 read more | score:6157 | -Ida Momtaheni, March 20, 2008
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