Ubuntu 10.10's uTouch Gesture Framework [Video Demonstration]

Ubuntu 10.10 was recently released, with a "uTouch gesture framework," which brings multi-touch support to the popular Linux distro.Using uTouch, users can perform a range of actions ranging from displaying the task switcher you see above to minimizing, maximizing, and restoring windows. Curious about how Ubuntu's Unity interface and uTouch might work on your own […]

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Ubuntu 10.10 was recently released, with a "uTouch gesture framework," which brings multi-touch support to the popular Linux distro.

Using uTouch, users can perform a range of actions ranging from displaying the task switcher you see above to minimizing, maximizing, and restoring windows. Curious about how Ubuntu's Unity interface and uTouch might work on your own touch-enabled system? Check the video after the break!

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