GEM(GEstures with Mouse), a mouse gesture based input mechanism developed by CDAC, Mumbai's accessibility team for physically-challenged people can now also be accessed from Sourceforrge.net.
CDAC, Mumbai has released beta-0.1 version of GEM (GEstures with Mouse). It is an open source input mechanism which uses gestures as input to the system. Gestures can be drawn using a mouse or some equivalent device like touch pad, joystick, pen tablet etc. Gestures can drawn either as single-part (continuous) or multi-part (discontinuous) as … Continue reading GEM (GEstures with Mouse) – a mouse gesture based input mechanism from CDAC, Mumbai
A prototype tablet can sense gestures, and objects placed next to it. How? Read at http://www.technologyreview.in/computing/38662/
Throughout the centuries people have told stories to share knowledge between generations, but also to simply entertain. Storytelling is an important skill each interaction designer should have. It helps us create more engaging products and services. But how should we start doing this? How Aristotle's storytelling framework can be used for designing interactive products, read … Continue reading Aristotle’s Storytelling Framework for Interactive Products
A new brain-control interface lets users make calls by thinking of the number—research that could prove useful for the severely disabled and beyond. Read at: http://www.technologyreview.com/communications/37357/?nlid=4339&a=f