Gestural control: The good, the bad, and the ugly

A nice gesture to LinkedIn.

“Gestural control of our consumer electronics is now commonplace. We use gestures on phones and tablets, screens and laptops, games and special environments. They now appear on watches and more specialized items, such as navigation systems. They are starting to be deployed on commercial and industrial equipment.”

(Donald A. Norman a.k.a. @jnd1er)

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