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Animated sequence of the switch orientation interaction of Vice Versa.
Vice Versa is a diagonal form of UI that is optimized for one hand use and its thumb movement, which means it should support both left and right hand interactions.
Simply by shaking the phone the user can toggle between left/right hand modes -- or by rotating it with two fingers, but that will likely require two hands on the device.
This one demonstrates the left -> right hand switch.
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