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It's Like Project Natal For Your HTC Evo 4G

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by knowbody, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. knowbody

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    Seems pretty cheesy lol
     
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    Are you guys kidding? I think a LOT of gestures could benefit from this, and not require you to get your fingerprints all over the phone. This is cool, but it obviously has its limits in applications.
     
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    I agree with IPvFletch--it's a cool feature with promise, but probably limited application. I'm just excited to play games with it, like a Star Wars force game.

    "This is not the 'Droid' you're looking for." lulz, get it? :D
     
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    While working AEE during CES for my company that guy came by showing me a product they had developed for Adult companies which used the same technology. He said they had developed stuff for a normal phone but he didn't have it on the phone he brought to us. It was some pretty awesome technology. I think I might still have his card lying around.
     
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    Should we name our phones "R2D2" now? :D
     
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    I think a more appropriate name would be Boba Fett
     
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    lol. i agree with that one. seems ok, but i dont think i would really use it.
     
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