Our devices know which way we’re moving and how dark it is outside. They look us in the face with cameras while we’re tweeting away. They sometimes even understand when we talk back to them. But do we have to always touch something?
LUNAR is planning an awesome presentation for next spring’s South by Southwest Conference in Austin that will look at gesture-based interfaces and how we might move our interactions with cell phones, netbooks and other devices beyond touch.
We need your “thumbs up” on our ideas in order to secure a slot at the conference.
In this special edition of Icon-o-Cast, LUNAR Interaction Designer Ron Goldin talks about LUNAR’s proposal and asks you to vote for us at www.lunar.com/vote. Voting closes Fri., Sept. 4. Vote today!