Gesture Recognition

Also known as MouseGestures, a UserInterface feature that allows the user to interact with a program using gestures -- simple motions -- rather than clicks or keypresses or menus.

Implementations of GestureRecognition:

When you are used to this, you'll probably find yourself trying to use it in programs which don't support it (certainly in other Web browsers)...


The AppleNewton incorporated a number of gestures into its core interface: In many respects, the AppleNewton's interface has improved on most of its successors. -- IanOsgood


Note that PieMenus (like Optimoz) can implement GestureRecognition synergistically. The mouse motion through a radial menu is indistinguishable from most gesture recognition. Also, PieMenus allow using the keypad to reach the same commands. UpRight->StraightDown (gesture), UpperRightMenu->BottomMenu (radial), and 9-2 (keypad) all access the same function. -- LayneThomas
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