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Immersive mode with Gesture Navigation

Immersive mode with Gesture Navigation

S Pen Gestures – How-To-Video – Galaxy Note 10.1 (Wi-Fi, GT-N8010)

S Pen Gestures – How-To-Video – Galaxy Note 10.1 (Wi-Fi, GT-N8010)

What If All Sound Disappears for a Year

What If All Sound Disappears for a Year

So, you’re lying on your couch in the evening, watching that Bright Side video on your phone, (yeah it’s hard to resist, isn’t it?) but all of a sudden the sound turns off all by itself. You tap your finger Read more…


Why Do We Move Our Hands When We Talk?

Why Do We Move Our Hands When We Talk?

Linguistics isn’t just the study of words or sounds: it’s the study of all the parts of conversation. That includes gesture analysis, which looks at “co-speech gestures”: not posture or gaze, but winking, or sticking out your tongue, or how Read more…


Gesture Navigation: Insets – Android Development Patterns

Gesture Navigation: Insets – Android Development Patterns

UQx PSYC1030.1x 4-2-4 The role of gesture

UQx PSYC1030.1x 4-2-4 The role of gesture

Let’s talk about gestures. Before humans had language, presumably we had ways of communicating: pointing, touching, and so on. These things are called emblems. They’re things that communicate something without the need for words altogether. Many of them are hand Read more…


Slovakia vs. China part.2 – gestures


Immersive mode with Gesture Navigation – Android Development Patterns


“What do I do with my hands when speaking?”

“What do I do with my hands when speaking?”

– “What do I do with my hands while I’m giving a speech or a presentation?” is one of the very common questions that I get asked. Especially if you spend all this time putting together the right content for Read more…


Reading Body Language Myth: 93% of Communication is Nonverbal

Reading Body Language Myth: 93% of Communication is Nonverbal

– Truth or lie. 93% Of all communication is nonverbal. (dramatic music) (dramatic music) – We keep hearing that 93% of all communication is non verbal. Excellent. You might be thinking, I don’t need to worry about what is coming Read more…