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Smartwatch of the Future is Controlled by Moving its Face [Innovation]
posted May 26 2014 12:34.09 by spic0m




Smartwatches are just beginning to emerge as the newest touchscreen gadgets. Just like MP3 players, phones, and tablets before them, smartwatches will soon be carried around by basically everyone. Carnegie Mellon University's Future Interfaces Group is working on a prototype smartwatch that incorporates a whole new dimension of interaction.



Instead of relying just on a touchscreen to make the magic happen, FIG's version will use gestures like panning, twisting, tilting and clicking to perform various functions. The revolutionary interface will allow users to interact with the device without blocking the screen with their fingers, which is a common problem with current small touchscreen devices like existing smartwatches.

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