Ready Or Not For A 3D Gesture? 3D Gestures Coming To iOS Soon

Ready For A 3D Gesture

What is a 3D Gesture?, before we get to that we rather need to know what is Gesture recognition? Defined by Wikipedia as,

Gesture recognition is a topic in computer science and language technology with the goal of interpreting human gestures via mathematical algorithms.”

Recently reported by iClarified,

Apple has filed a patent entitled ‘Working with 3D objects’ that describes techniques and systems that support generating, modifying, and manipulating 3D objects using 3D gesture inputs.

Three-dimensional objects can be modified using 3D gesture inputs. For example, a 3D object shown on a touch-sensitive display can be detected, and a 3D gesture input that includes a movement of a finger or a pointing device in proximity to a surface of the touch-sensitive display can be detected. Detecting the 3D gesture input can include measuring a distance between the finger or the pointing device and a surface of the display. The 3D object can be modified according to the 3D gesture input, and the updated 3D object can be shown on the touch-sensitive display.

Clarification of this Patent:

If you are a non-tech person, what all this complicated Patent would do for you is, you would make a gesture in the air like, come hither, and a picture would open, given if you are in Picture Gallery. Perhaps quite a few workable Gestures can be made in the air, and if detected correctly would make interaction with the Mobile/Cell Phone interfaces more engaging experience.

For years, i hated only being able to use mouse, and this 3D gesture stuff, finally makes the cut for a comfortable way of interacting with interfaces, there remains to be seen, how accurate and fast this 3D gesture stuff is? would it deliver its promise or create more frustration?

Source: iClarified

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Joshua Logan
Journalist, Mobile Apps developer, and Human Computer Interaction expert writes columns and reviews for Technograte, TechWench, and other technology sites. He loves to write about interfaces, and adds opinions about how technology can serve us better. Google

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