donderdag, januari 13, 2005

Samsung introduces 3d Movement Recognition phone

Samsung introduces 3d Movement Recognition phone


Samsung Electronics unveiled the world's first "3D movement recognition" mobile phone (model: SCH-S310). An 'Accelerometer' is built in to accurately calculate and ascertain movement in three dimensional space and then carry out commands according to those calculations.

Mobile phone input devices to date include the keypad, touch screen and voice recognition. In the future, however, 3D movement recognition technology will become an important user interface and revolutionize mobile phone designs and features.

The user can draw a "O" or "X" in the air with the phone, which will recognize it and respond with a voice message "yes" or "no." Move the phone sharply to the right and the selection on the MP3 play function will move to the next tune on the list; move it to the left, and the selection will back up one number.

The "motion beat box" function enables the user to select a particular sound from the menu such as "drum," "tambourine," "scratch" or "clap." Then he or she shakes the mobile phone and the beat will be re-created in rhythm with the motion. This enables the user to keep time with any tune being played.

With the music performance function, the phone will begin to play music after it is shaken by the user. The sensors in the phone identify the movement and adjust the beat accordingly.

1 Comments:

Blogger @dawn of the 21st century said...

You can dial numbers by 'writing' the digits in the air. A celphonenumber has 10 digits (at least in Holland) for crying out loud! Interesting gadget, but I guess I'll just type..

9:52 a.m.  

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