Recent Examples of cursor from the Web
Although May's attention-hogging lawsuit may not be the ideal pre-cursor to the series' upcoming premiere, AMC's recently released preview photos of the sixth season are certainly keeping fans abuzz.
Holding a finger up in the air created a circular cursor on the projection that could be used to select things with a pinching gesture.
The software delivered pop-up ads to consumers who bought the Lenovo computers when a consumer’s mouse cursor hovered over a product image on shopping Websites.
In Musk's plan, neural lace wouldn't just be used to control a robotic arm or a cursor, but could instead send information to or from a computer.
A camera inside a tablet-like device mounted to his wheelchair monitors his eye movements back and forth, as one might a cursor moving across a computer screen.
Their eyes, which follow your cursor, don't look quite right—
That was the pre-cursor of today's Main Baptist Church, 181 E. Galena Blvd.
How would Michael Crichton’s 1973 Jurassic Park pre-cursor about a Western theme park populated by malfunctioning, rebellious robots translate to the world of Peak TV?
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