g-stalt:
3D Interaction for large information spaces





The g-stalt project explored how to navigate large information spaces naturally, quickly, and seamlessly between graphical and physical space. G-stalt is an application built using Oblong's G-speak, a system that enables the manipulation of graphical content using 3D gestures.


Publications and Exhibitions


G-stalt: a chirocentric, spatiotemporal, and telekinetic gestural interface.
J. Zigelbaum, A. Browning, D. Leithinger, O. Bau and H. Ishii. 2009. In Proc. of TEI '10. ACM. [ACM]

J. Zigelbaum, A. Browning, D. Leithinger, O. Bau and H. Ishii. 2010.
G-stalt V2. St Etienne International Design Biennal.

Project page on the MIT MediaLab website.