GestureTek shows off new gesture-based mobile apps

Mobile motion software vendor GestureTek Mobile will be showing off some of the new features of its flagship EyeMobile Engine software at the Las Vegas CTIA show this week.

Applications will include a gesture-enabled image viewer for Windows Mobile devices, and gesture-enabled map navigation with GPS integration.

The company is also currently working on gesture control applications to speed up text messaging, and an enhanced Web browsing application that would offer a full-screen view and gesture-controlled zooming and panning.

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