# Wednesday, May 28, 2003

 

The constant point-and-click of the mouse can be a real drag. One company has developed products that sense hand movements to give computer commands, creating input devices that it hopes will replace the mouse. By Katie Dean.
[Wired News]

 

 

This is a great idea, and I’d be all over it if it wasn’t quite so spendy.  I think in the long run this kind of gestural interface could really win out, since you can encode a lot of information in gestures that would be harder or take longer using other input methods.

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