need someone to develop this....
shannon.timothy at gmail.com
Thu Nov 29 20:23:02 CET 2007
Personally, I'd like to see it blink on and off, and scream when you shook,
then I could show my friends my "possessed" linux phone.
On Nov 29, 2007 1:15 PM, Jay Vaughan <jayv at synth.net> wrote:
> >> feedback for controlling a live music sequencer while on stage in
> >> front of 10's of thousands of people ..
> > original sloshing indicator added to the wiki wish list. Jay, would
> > you care to elaborate on your idea, sounds interesting?
> well .. consider the openmoko/neo1973 device more of a re-
> configurable user interface 'pad', than a cell phone.
> a poor (but wise) mans optimus maximus .. sort of a 'mini one' with a
> cell phone in it, so its .. you know .. actually useful as a user
> interface device.
> its all about how it feels, and what it does when you touch it. if i
> could, i'd use the neo instead of my logitech mouse.
> now, on stage, if its in my pocket, i'd love to be able to shake it
> when it buzzes, and hold it still when it shrills, and if only for a
> few lines of code, there would be music. or not
> Jay Vaughan
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