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1. This Body Space video demonstrates the concept of controlling a music player where body locations are used to determine content or function. In this clip, playlists are stored around the right shoulder, and can be browsed and selected just by hand movements. The volume control is located near the hip, and the back/forward track function is at the left ear.

2. Using the Body Space approach to allow the user to answer the phone just by bringing the phone to the listening position. In this video you see examples from stationary, while walking, and where the user waves the phone around first. The phone is not responding to 'any' movement, but just one compatible with being brought to a listening position.


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