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Uploaded on May 12, 2009

An example of how property bindings with mechanics like springs can improve the user experience of even simple controls, using Qt's declarative Qt Modeling Language (QML).

http://labs.qt.nokia.com/page/Project...

Note the way the needle bounces a little as if on a real spring. Different Follow parameters will make it feel full of oil, or whatever other physical feel.

http://qt.nokia.com

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