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Talk:Sensor based interactions with home screen Web Runtime widgets

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30 Sep
2009
Article Review by nirpsis (20090930)

This article represents the best thinking and solutions to a sensor based interaction patterns with home screen web runtime widgets. Home screen widgets allow users to view data from multiple widgets.

In the article, the author has well explained two types of interaction patterns such as user interaction and sensor based interaction which shows two possible way of interactions.

In the article, the author has also described sensor based interaction patterns such as shake pattern and flip pattern which is used by the users to interact with home screen widgets. The screenshots are also available in the article. The author has also described how these patterns is implemented by using the JavaScript sensor service API.

This article is very useful for developers. The article also provides some attention while implementing sensor based interaction patterns.


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19 Sep
2009
Article Review by rahulvala (20090919)

Currently new devices are developing in this world are based on accelerometer sensor.

This article gives idea about the sensors used in the Nokia devices.

There are two kinds of interaction in the devices, user interaction and sensor based interaction.

The accelerometer detect motion of phone in the axis and it will change the orientation.

This article aware about the sensor used in mobile phones.


 

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