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Gesture-enhanced single-touch

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Gesture Touch Technology

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Sensor Synaesthesia: Touch in Motion, and Motion in Touch

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Multi-Touch and Gesture Touch Podium 40"

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Touchless gesture controls and Ultrahaptics technology (How they work)

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Gesture-enhanced single-touch, also known as "dual control", "gesture touch", and often "dual-touch", describes the ability of a touchscreen to register certain two-finger gestures, despite lacking hardware that would allow it to fully register all two-finger movements. A very common application of gesture-enhanced single-touch technology is the pinch-to-zoom gesture, which allows the user to zoom in or out by moving two fingers farther apart or closer together while touching the display.
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