Samsung Introduces 3D Motion Interface on Phone
Jan 12, 2005, 4:07 PM by (staff)
Samsung today announced the SCH-S310 for Korea, which has accelerometers to recognize movement of the phone in three dimensions. The 3D interface will let a user dial a number by drawing it in the air with the phone. The S310 can also recognize additional commands drawn in the air such as answering dialogs with a circle for yes and an X for no. For fun, the phone has a "beat box" mode, which lets a user shake out a beat that the S310 can play back in the voice of a number of different instruments - drums, tambourines, etc. In addition to the 3D interface, the phone has many features common to advanced handsets in the South Korean market. It has a streaming music player, 1.3 megapixel camera, mobile banking, as well as GPS with a magnetic compass sensor.
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