Wrio’s roomier keyboard app launches on Android, iOS

There have been many attempts to update keyboards for the digital era and speed up typing by rethinking the antique Qwerty layout. Problem is you're going up against muscle memory, and resistance to c

Fuffr Wants To Add Off-Screen Multitouch To Your iPhone For Social Gaming

Fuffr knows smartphone users like multitouch, so it wants to add more areas of multitouch around your multitouch phone so you can do more multitouching. Why is it trying to do this? It reckons extra s

Amazon’s 3D Smartphone Said To Feature Gesture-Based Menus And Navigation

Amazon’s upcoming smartphone will have a unique, gesture-based interaction method that involves tilting the phone to access new information and control on-screen elements, including flipping bet

Flutter: The YC Startup That Wants To Put The World’s Webcams To Good Use

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Video: Awesome Gesture-Controlled Robot Arm

<img src="" /> Gesture-driven robots are nothing new, but this robot arm, developed at Japan's <a href="http://www.tsukuba.a

Hands-On With The MIT Media Lab's G-Speak Interface This interface has been talked about extensively before here and elsewhere, but it bears another look. It&

Everything you need to know about Apple's new gesturing systems

<img src="">With the official closure of <a href="">FingerWorks</a>, the multi-touch interface c

MIT creates technology that lets you use the Force

<img src="" />This might be the display you are looking for. The MIT media lab just announced the creation of a new display technology

The Drought of '09

We’re now in Week at least Two of the great drought of ’09, where the blogosphere has woken up to the poverty of its attention algorithms and is frantically searching to harness the Gestur

Hands on with GestureTek's camera-based gesture system I lost quite a bit of this video but here’s a look at GestureTek’s EyeMobile system that uses a phone’s camera to create