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Gesture recognition is the detection and understanding of human gestures and movements by computing devices. In the last few years, the rapid advance of gesture recognition technology along with the falling cost (and size) of 3D sensors have spurred greater adoption of touch-free interaction, creating a growing market. We see gesture-based interfaces incorporated into more… continue reading

Google unveiled yet again a new way of improving the usabilitly of their search engine. Test results are already in! It should be clear by now that Google is continuously trying to optimize the usability of their search engine and this latest implementation, called Google Instant Preview is no different… continue reading

Since a few weeks now (correct me if I’m wrong) search engine Google changed the navigation on Google homepage. When you visit the Google homepage you’ll see the logo, the search box, the search button and the ‘I’m feeling lucky’ button, nothing else. The navigation on top of the page and below the searchbox is… continue reading

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