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 The declarative form of GML can be used effectively to create complete, human readable, descriptions of multitouch gesture actions and specify how events and commands are generated in an application layer. GML can be used in combination with CML to create rich, dynamically defined user experiences. When GML is used with a Gestureworks engine in combination with [[http://​www.creativeml.org/​|Creative Markup Language]] (CML): objects can be dynamically constructed and managed along with well defined, dynamic display properties and interactive behaviors. ​ The declarative form of GML can be used effectively to create complete, human readable, descriptions of multitouch gesture actions and specify how events and commands are generated in an application layer. GML can be used in combination with CML to create rich, dynamically defined user experiences. When GML is used with a Gestureworks engine in combination with [[http://​www.creativeml.org/​|Creative Markup Language]] (CML): objects can be dynamically constructed and managed along with well defined, dynamic display properties and interactive behaviors. ​
  
-Central to the design of GML structure is conceptual framework of Objects Containers Gestures and Manipulators (OCGM). In conjunction with OCGM are included methods for defining Human Computer Interaction (HCI) design principles such as affordance and feedback. One of the primary goals of GML is to present a standard markup language for integrating a complete range of Natural User Interface (NUI) modes and models which would allow for the creation of multiple discrete or blended user interfaces. GML can be used to construct gestures for a wide variety of input methods such as: tangible objects, touch surfaces, body tracking, accelerometer,​ voice and brain-wave. When GML is combined with [[http://​www.creativeml.org/​|CML]] it has been designed to enable the development of the complete spectrum of post-WIMP NUIs (or RBI's) such as: organic UI’s, Zoomable UI's, augmented reality, haptics, multiuser and full range immersive multitouch environments. ​+Central to the design of GML structure is conceptual framework of Objects Containers Gestures and Manipulators (OCGM). In conjunction with OCGM are included methods for defining Human Computer Interaction (HCI) design principles such as affordance and feedback. One of the primary goals of GML is to present a standard markup language for integrating a complete range of Natural User Interface (NUI) modes and models which would allow for the creation of multiple discrete or blended user interfaces. GML can be used to construct gestures for a wide variety of input methods such as: tangible objects, touch surfaces, body tracking, accelerometer,​ voiceand brain-wave. When GML is combined with [[http://​www.creativeml.org/​|CML]] it has been designed to enable the development of the complete spectrum of post-WIMP NUIs (or RBI's) such as: organic UI’s, Zoomable UI's, augmented reality, haptics, multiuser and full range immersive multitouch environments. ​
 GML has been developed an open standard that can be used to rapidly create and share gestures for a wide variety of [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Human%E2%80%93computer_interaction|Human Computer Interaction]] (HCI) devices. Promoting these features by presenting a user friendly method for shaping complex interactions provides a corner stone with which to build the next generation of dynamic, production level [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Human%E2%80%93computer_interaction|HCI]] applications. GML has been developed an open standard that can be used to rapidly create and share gestures for a wide variety of [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Human%E2%80%93computer_interaction|Human Computer Interaction]] (HCI) devices. Promoting these features by presenting a user friendly method for shaping complex interactions provides a corner stone with which to build the next generation of dynamic, production level [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Human%E2%80%93computer_interaction|HCI]] applications.
  
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