This morning, Google introduced Gmail Motion, allowing users to control Gmail using gestures and body movement. However, for whatever reason, their application doesn't appear to work. So, we demonstrate our solution - the Software Library Optimizing Obligatory Waving (SLOOW) - and show how it can be used with a Microsoft Kinect sensor to control Gmail using the gestures described by Google.
I don't know what to believe anymore!!! (AFD has truly made me a jaded person)
lol the send motion is funny, its neat to mess around yet, sadly motion detection control isn't going to be useful to many if not all :P
Minority Report UI For Gmail.. It's gonna be epic
^now if only it could predict the next email...
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HAHA good job pranking Google :) and showing the that in fact it can be done.
I could see motion control being useful, but it is not yet. I imagine we will have a different display model before it is. Virtual reality or at least functional HD glasses with 3D internal would seem to be necessary. They would have to be worn in a different way to I would imagine as you would or could be in motion while or when using a peripheral like that.
The April fools in now on Google!
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