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gestures:touch:bi-manual [2015/09/15 12:52]
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 Bi-manual gestures are gestures that have actions which “require” two hands in order to be able to complete efficiency. A good example of this is the split gesture. Although the split gesture can be performed using 2 to 10 touch points, since it requires a critical separation between points in a cluster that typically exceeds the diameter of a hand it is best performed by placing fingers from both the left hand and right hand on a touch object and then pulling the two hands apart. This has the effect of creating two discrete touch point clusters still associated with the touch object. Bi-manual gestures are gestures that have actions which “require” two hands in order to be able to complete efficiency. A good example of this is the split gesture. Although the split gesture can be performed using 2 to 10 touch points, since it requires a critical separation between points in a cluster that typically exceeds the diameter of a hand it is best performed by placing fingers from both the left hand and right hand on a touch object and then pulling the two hands apart. This has the effect of creating two discrete touch point clusters still associated with the touch object.
  
-**Tilt** +{{pagequery>;​sort=ns,​title;​display={title};​group;​filter=ns:(bi-manual),!name:index;​proper;​underline;​hidejump}}
-[[gestures:​touch:bi-manual:3-finger-tilt|Three Point Tilt “3-Finger-Tilt”]] +
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-**The split gesture** +
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-**The complimentary rotate gesture** +
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-**The complimentary scale gesture** +
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gestures/touch/bi-manual.txt · Last modified: 2019/01/29 19:07 (external edit)