Working with computers is tedious. The constant typing on keyboards and clicking on a mouse makes composing and sending emails a draconian activity.
Thanks to the geniuses at Google, the days of keyboard-dependent emails are behind us. Today, they are introducing Gmail Motion. It’s a new way to communicate.
“Using your computer’s camera and a spacial tracking algorithm, Gmail Motion interprets physical movement and turns it into actionable commands,” explained Gmail Product Manager Paul McDonald. “For example, to open a message, make a motion as if you were opening an envelope.”
Dennis Tooley, Ph.D., from the California Center for Kinesics and Paralanguage, believes that this is a natural step in the evolution of eCommunication. “Studies over the past 24 years have indicated that more than 80% of our total communication is body language.”
Watch this amazing product in action:
Ah, Google and their April Fools’ Day jokes.