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    If you want your presentation to be more dynamic and lively, we have the perfect product for you. The new Air Command Plus makes “Minority Report“-like gesture control possible without the need for a multi-touch enabled display. You can easily flip through your slides with only 2 gestures.

    You cannot imagine how it works? I got the chance to get an exclusive preview of the new Air Command Plus.Just watch the video to see how to control Powerpoint and various other applications.

    • Hrundi Bakshi   Sunday, 14. February 2010 at 2:03 am

      Please tell me that thing connects to the computer via Bluetooth! Please, please, please!!! No more dongles please! (Too bad my Wiimote doesn’t work with my Bluetooth dongles.)

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    • De la honte   Sunday, 14. February 2010 at 3:01 am

      Minority Report à ta porte…

      Fujitsu sortira en mars une télécommande portant le nom d’ “Air Command Plus”.Cette “Fujitsumote” permet d’utiliser une gestuelle à la Minority Report pour contrôler ses applications et d’après cette vidéo elle…

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    • Johnny   Sunday, 14. February 2010 at 5:04 am

      You can do the same thing with Gyration’s Air Mouse… This is nothing special.

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    • Fujitsu’s Air Command Plus guides PowerPoint, not B-52...   Sunday, 14. February 2010 at 6:44 pm

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    • Markus Seifart   Monday, 15. February 2010 at 3:06 pm

      @Hrundi Bakshi: you need a dongle to connect the Air Command Plus to the computer. But it makes sense doing so. Think of a businessman having an appointment at a business assotiate’s place. He might need to have his presentation on a USB stick and presenting from the assotiate’s computer, not his own. In this case it makes sense to have a dongle because it is easier then setting up a Bluetooth connection.
      But you’re right it might be useful for home usage to connect via Bluetooth. We take this into account for further development of the Air Command Plus.

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    • Fujitsu’s Air Command Plus guides PowerPoint, not B-52...   Tuesday, 16. February 2010 at 12:10 am

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    • Quantum   Saturday, 12. March 2011 at 1:30 pm

      Very helpful. Nice job.. Thanks for posting

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