The invention of the mouse completely changed how we interacted with computers. Instead of typing commands, anyone could simply point and click. By making it easier to operate computers, we also changed what we could create with computers.
That was fifty years ago.
Now, it is time to take another radical step forward. Introducing Wand, a device that bridges the divide between what we can imagine and what we can create.
Enabling freedom in three-dimensions allows for interactions that are completely new, yet feel totally natural. Wand combines the fluidity of a pen with the power of your computer to make complicated commands effortless and even enjoyable.
In addition to all new interactions like flicking, waving and squeezing, Wand still does the basic point, click and scroll.
Forget shortcuts like alt + ⌘ + Z, if you ever remembered them. Teach Wand to control your favorite applications by assigning intuitive gestures, like Flick-Left to Undo or Toss to Close.
In addition to new interactions, we have some other tricks up our sleeve. Wand will ship with exclusive new software, then open the platform for developers to create and sell new applications.
Use your fingerprint to safely unlock your computer or restrict user accounts on shared computers. You can even enable WandID for websites and online transactions, so you don't have to worry about lost or stolen passwords.
Handwriting says a lot about a person and now it can say even more. HandPrint creates a unique font family based on your handwriting samples, which you can apply to any digital text to add a personal touch.
InterSpaces goes beyond the small screen and into the physical world. Define zones around you and map Wand actions to each space for interactions as fluid as your thoughts.
Wand will create an SDK so developers can integrate with existing apps. Coming soon, an online store to showcase extraordinary new apps exclusive for Wand.
Wand has a familiar form, yet extraordinary capabilities. Use it for designing, gaming, composing or creating. Focus on what you're doing, not how to do it.
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