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New Frontiers in Gestural Interaction

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Gestural interaction is gaining momentum both in the research world and in commercial applications, promising to change the face of computing in the same way that multi-touch interaction did in the last decade. In this talk, we will discuss the nature of this transformation: how new domains of computing are opening up, how gestural languages are evolving, and how breakthroughs in technology are enabling an innovative interaction paradigm. We will argue that such a paradigm does not suggest we will replace other forms of input with gesture, but rather that it will add to the rich palette of interaction available to users, designers and developers of new technologies. We also examine the ways in which gesture can be combined with more established input techniques (such as keyboard and mouse and multi-touch) and speculate as to how it might ultimately combine with other, newer forms of interaction.

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