iPhone Usage Gestures Turned Into 3D, Analog Objects

iPhone Usage Gestures Turned Into 3D, Analog Objects
technology

Designer Gabriele Meldaikyte has developed movements like pinching, tapping, and swiping, into physical items made from wood and acrylic.

Emma Hutchings
  • 17 january 2013

The iPhone has introduced new ways of interacting with devices such as tapping, pinching, and scrolling, actions that we don’t typically perform in our analog lives and ones we didn’t make at all until smartphones came along.

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