|[February 26, 2014]
ADDING and REPLACING PointGrab's CamMe Wins "Most Innovative Mobile App" at Mobile World Congress 2014
BARCELONA, Spain --(Business Wire)--
In the release dated February 25, 2014, please note the addition of a
quote after the 3rd graph, a sentence before the PointGrab boiler plate,
and the Global Mobile Awards logo.
The corrected release reads:
POINTGRAB'S CAMME WINS "MOST INNOVATIVE MOBILE APP" AT MOBILE
WORLD CONGRESS 2014
Ltd., the global leader in advanced gesture recognition software
solutions, won the prize for the "2014 Most Innovative Mobile App" at
the Global Mobile Awards, in recognition of their popular mobile hand
gesture camera app, CamMe.
"We are happy to have our efforts recognized, confirming CamMe as a
ground-breaking example of top tier technology translated seamlessly
into an enjoyable and valuable consumer experience," said Assaf Gad, CMO
of PointGrab. "CamMe has been so well received and the app just goes to
prove that consumers want hand gesture control in their everyday lives
when it is done in a practical and useful way."
CamMe allows users to take a picture even when their phone is not in
hand (from up to 16 feet away) simply reuiring the user to raise a hand
and make a fist to begin a countdown before the photo is taken. With
over 1 million downloads to date, CamMe provides an example of a very
practical integration of hand gesture technology for mobile platforms.
"Now in the 19th year, the Global Mobile Awards once again showcase the
outstanding level of innovation and creative products and services being
developed across a diverse and growing industry," said John Hoffman,
CEO, GSMA (News - Alert) Ltd. "With more than 680 high caliber entries this year, the
competition was stronger than ever and it is a significant achievement
to have been honored today. The GSMA would like to warmly congratulate
all Global Mobile Awards winners and recognize all those who took part
for continuing to drive mobile communications into the future."
The Global Mobile Awards, held annually at the Mobile World Congress (News - Alert)
(MWC), acknowledges the rapidly growing importance of applications to
businesses and consumers, creating an award category that exemplifies
those who shift the collective market to the next level. CamMe was
measured alongside a multitude of diverse apps worldwide against
specific key criteria including the level of complexity of the
technology converted into simplicity for the user, quality design
coupled with a compelling experience and UI appeal.
For more information about the Global Mobile Awards, please visit www.globalmobileawards.com.
For a list of all the winners, please visit http://www.globalmobileawards.com/winners-2014/
PointGrab is a leader in advanced hand gesture recognition solutions
offering a natural and intuitive way of interacting with consumer
devices. PointGrab's software solution enables TVs, PCs, tablets,
smartphones and home appliances to be operated by a natural user
interface using hand shapes and movements. Frost & Sullivan (News - Alert) recognized
PointGrab's innovative technology with the 2013 European Technology
Innovation Award for its achievements in gesture recognition for
PointGrab's market-leading solutions have been commercially available
since 2010 and are currently integrated into millions of consumer
devices through many of the world's top OEMs, brands such as Samsung,
TCL, Lenovo, Acer, Skyworth, Fujitsu, Intel (News - Alert) and others.
For more information:�www.pointgrab.com.
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