It seems that people are not satisfied with just touching screens. Design firm Pilotfish unveiled a phone that senses bending and twisting gestures for music editing. Combining those gestures with musical applications is cool. But I should note that the concept of bending and twisting user interface is not new.
Pilotfish’s Ondo twistable smartphone concept via engadget, Reuters, and neowin.net
Gummi Project, 2004
J. Scott, L. Brown, and M. Molloy, "I Sense A Disturbance in the Force: Mobile Device Interaction with Force Sensing," MSR-TR-2008-57, 2008.
TWEND: Twisting and Bending as new Interaction Gesture in Mobile Devices
G. Herkenrath, T. Karrer, and J. Borchers, "Twend: twisting and bending as new interaction gesture in mobile devices," in CHI '08 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems. Florence, Italy: ACM, 2008.
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