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Gesture Markup Language

Codifying and normalizing gesture languages. Getting inspiration from sign languages.

“The Gesture Markup Language is the world’s first markup language for multitouch gesture-based interactions. This extensible language not only shapes how applications are developed but it allows developers to explore new interaction paradigms and user experiences.”


Motion and gesture interactions in the digital age

Gesture and motion design requires more inspiration from dance.

“From his talk at Codemotion, Antonio De Pasquale explains how technological advances have allowed a big step forward in the dynamic behaviors and interactions patterns that we used to do on the web. Lots of interesting stuff, dig in.”

(Antonio de Pasquale)