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1/19/2011 02:49 PM EST
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R_Colin_Johnson   1/19/2011 6:31:14 PM
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3-D gesture recognition is going mainstream--jumping from the consumer market for gaming to the most ubiquitous of user interfaces (UI), the TV remote. Programmers should check out the new 3-D gesture recognition APIs for Android 2.3 Gingerbread. I predict @NextGenLog that 3-D gestures like shake-to-undo will become standard for UIs within two years.

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