Mr. Conductor, if you please

Maestro is a gesture-based baton-like device for controlling presentations. Activation appears to take place when the user simply touches a grooved area–no pressure required, which is always a good thing. The gestures look simple and easy to learn if not intuitive; move and resize the display by moving the baton diagonally downward. Just a Yanko thought bubble for now, but we’d give good odds to it becoming a commercial reality.

Yanko Design: Conduct Your Projections

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