When you’re doing labour intensive work on the computer, be it CAD or Photoshop or even video editing, you come to learn all kinds of shortcuts by heart. It’s essential to establishing a good workflow. But despite your best efforts, the keyboard and mouse can still limit the things you can do, and that’s where Flow comes in. It has a multitude of sensors that detect your hand’s position with great precision, allowing you to control your applications the way you want to. See, aside from making it easy to use your hand, Flow is entirely customizable so that you can use any way you like. Currently, the developers have created gesture shortcuts for over 30 apps, like Autodesk (CAD software), RhinoCeros (3D CAD), YouTube, Spotify and many more. However, the shortcuts to each of these can be tailored to your needs, and there’s going to be support for even more apps as time goes on, so Flow gets progressively more useful. Finally, the open SDK means you can develop for Flow as well, paving the way for even more opportunities.
It’s a $99 pledge to get your own, with shipping in June 2015.
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