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Video: Hands flailing wildly with Toshiba Spatial Motion Interface

Richard Lawler, @Rjcc
January 11, 2009
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Given a year to work on its gesture control technology, Toshiba has upgraded from the simple implementation of 2008 to a new 3D interface that rotates and zooms photos and videos with a flick of the arm. Useful? We're not completely sold. Still ridiculous to use, or watch someone else try? Of course, video's after the break.





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