Friday, April 1, 2011

Gmail Motion

Are you feeling lazy of typing email on the keyboard? feel bored by just sitting in front of your computer? and do your computer has webcam features? good thing you read up my post as I am going to reveal you the most advanced email technology that gmail has developed that is known as 'Gmail Motion'. (drum roll please).

"Gmail Motion uses your computer's built-in webcam and Google's patented spatial tracking technology to detect your movements and translate them into meaningful characters and commands. Movements are designed to be simple and intuitive for people of all skill level"

Webcam usage dude!

Here the actions that need to be perform.

Imagine how cool it is for you to no longer touch your keyboard to type email. All you have to do is do certain signature moves that indicate the action in gmail such as open the inbox, typing the message, and send it. Yes, to do the typing you have to use your body in front of your webcam in an interactive way! it is not just cool, it's awesome. Seriously.

Even experts do give positive comments on it:

"No longer will people be required bend to the will of technology. Instead, technology will now bend to our will." Lorraine Klayman, Environmental Movement Specialist, Nevada Polytechnic College

"It is commonly known that 80% of communication is non-verbal. Gmail Motion not only accepts this fact – it embraces it." Dennis Tooley, Ph.D, California Center for Kinesis and Paralanguage

"Kudos to the Gmail team for bridging the divide. I'm eagerly awaiting the next version with ASL turbo boost!" Ken Harrenstien, Software Engineer, Google Accessibility Team

Please bear in mind a webcam is needed in this enhanced technology, If you do not own one please rush yourself to the nearest gadget store in your town. Paul McDonald as the product manager of gmail has explained the technology. Checkout the video down here.

Your future emailing style.

Can you feel the awesomeness? click on this link for more of the info and be sure to try the Gmail Motion now!

No comments:

Post a Comment