wayV is a project to develop experimental user interfaces and Open Source hand writing/gesture recognition. This is achieved by allowing a user to draw shapes with a pointing device (such as a mouse) to cause an action to occur. For example, one could draw an N anywhere on the desktop and Netscape will start, or a C to make xcalc start, or a B to send the b keypress to your window manager, etc.
Release Notes: Launch can now use any mouse/pointer button. Man page fixes were made. Code compilation fixes were made. A new development model was adopted.
Release Notes: Gestures can now be associated with keypresses. A greater range of gesture input windows is now possible. Direction-based gesture matching was implemented. User feedback regarding what action has been matched is now provided. Quick cancelling of mismatched actions was implemented. Various bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: First official release.