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Note3 special gesture control programs and LEGO rack

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By samiadom, Junior Member on 26th March 2014, 12:17 PM
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DIY recent sudden rise of the idea, just what have the phone, on the lack of a cell phone holder, had wanted the Internet just to find a nice and cheap even, but looked and looked .... no one got under the hand ... .

So "Lego Rack" was born, functions well ....
Wireless charging (Qi) Oh! Tilt angle is just .... Oh.

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Put up the phone feeling .... oh .... .... cool wireless charging start time to the highest degree ....

Interested people can buy online Lego parts and wireless charging (Qi) accessories, own DIY is king ah!

...... And hardware to get, again Show about the Android software >>>>

After the phone put Lego rack and into the state of charge, the program will start automatically, then you can control the phone's movement in four directions through gestures, personal feeling powder practical na ....

The following video is this program to set up and use case.

When SMS or alert, you can use gestures pulled down the status bar, or an action after the operation is completed you can turn off the screen ....
You have time, you can download "floatgesture" on Google play to play, not necessarily to use wireless charging, the program has an option inside, and when they used to be all right ....

Another interesting protagonist next with tall racks and wireless Qi charging the phone, and then share with you Hello!
26th March 2014, 12:24 PM |#2  
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Lego is all about fun and innovation
Well done buddy

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27th March 2014, 08:42 AM |#3  
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Originally Posted by twilight79

Lego is all about fun and innovation
Well done buddy

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DIY is really interesting.
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