Smartwatch Design Is Controlled Solely By Twisting And Clicking The Face
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon have developed a device that responds to motion.
Though touchscreens have revolutionized how users interface with smartphones, tablets, and other gadgets, they are not always suited for devices with small screens like a smartwatch, for example.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have created a prototype smartwatch that can be controlled through different types of movements, such as tilting, twisting, and clicking.
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