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GestureTek Introduces Practical Motion-Sensing Mobile Applications, Offering iPhone-like Functionality with a Touch-Free Interface
Company to demonstrate award-winning motion-sensing software for practical mobile applications such as web browsing, picture view, map navigation and rapid text entry at CTIA.
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, March 31, 2008 – GestureTek Mobile - multiple award winner and inventor of the world’s first gesture-controlled mobile user interface and gaming engine - will showcase the versatility and multi-functionality of its EyeMobile® Engine at the upcoming CTIA Show in Las Vegas, April 1st to 3rd in Booth 4549.
The patented EyeMobile Engine is a software-based natural user interface that enhances the user experience for those who rely on cell phones or personal digital assistants. With EyeMobile software, virtually anything that can currently be done on a phone using conventional button presses can be done simply by tilting, shaking, rocking or rolling the mobile device. Unlike handsets using an accelerometer, EyeMobile works with the existing hardware on any camera-enabled handset.
“With over 100 motion-sensing game titles available on the DoCoMo network in Japan, and over 50 million BREW handsets enabled by the EyeMobile extension, GestureTek leads the world in the deployment of gesture-based mobile user interaction. With the addition of applications such as Internet browsers, picture viewers, map applications and rapid text entry applications, GestureTek is leading the way to a fully gestural user interface for all camera-enabled handsets, fully competitive with the higher-cost implementation provided by the iPhone’s touch system,” said Francis MacDougall, GestureTek’s Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer.
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