Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 22nd Jul 2009 09:26 UTC
Multimedia, AV, home to many Kodak digital cameras, sent us in the Kodak V1073 10MP digicam, one of the first touchscreen digicams in the market. Naturally, we had to put its user interface under some scrutiny, and compare it to the UI of the non-touchscreen Kodak cameras.
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RE: Touch Screen Obsession
by raynevandunem on Thu 23rd Jul 2009 19:57 UTC in reply to "Touch Screen Obsession"
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Maybe they're in fashion because of the moving, uncryptic UI instead of the fixed buttons which can't be changed except in their functions?

Granted, in the future, I hope to see better, more dynamic haptics to be infused with touchscreens so that we can instantaneously "feel" and "press" the dimensions of whatever we're seeing on the screen (ideally, a plus for the visually impaired if dynamically-rendered Braille raised dots are incorporated); haptic touchscreens, IMO, are only the bare basics of a fluid, click/press-heavy 2D UI.

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