Control iTunes And Spotify With Hand Gestures

Control iTunes And Spotify With Hand Gestures

Innovative software allows Mac users to operate programs with simple motions.

Yi Chen
  • 29 march 2012

Flutter allows Mac-users to control music on their computer without having to use their keyboard or mouse. Created by a startup, the app utilizes the built-in web camera to bring motion-based gesture control. Currently it works only with music programs like iTunes and Spotify. When Flutter is turned on, users can use intuitive hand motions such as a simple flick to skip a track or holding their hand still to stop the music. Gestures can be recognized up to six-feet away.

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