Microsoft’s Gesture-Based Multifunctional Stylus


A recent prototype design becomes different devices as its position in space is changed.

Stephen Fortune
  • 16 march 2011

Microsoft’s Kinect broke considerable ground in gesture-based computer interaction, and their latest prototype continues to make interesting advances in gestural interfaces. However, the prototype stylus they recently debuted has a stronger focus on touch.

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