It almost seems standard conduct to operate our smartphones using one hand, which is where the OptUX iPhone interface especially comes in handy. With the most recent iPhone 5 model's screen holding a display resolution of 1136 by 640 pixels, the OptUX iPhone interface detects which hand the user is using their phone with to make the most of the large display screen.
If the interface senses that the person is using their left hand to hold their iPhone, it will automatically shift and articulate the app and display options towards the left hand, making reaching over to touch the top right icon less of a finger-stretching activity. The OptUX saves the new iPhone's sleek ergonomic design while saving precious finger energy.
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The OptUX iPhone Interface Articulates App Towards the User's Hand
- By: Akihiko TseOct 4, 2013