What it does
* Turns the camera on with a simple gesture
* For phones that do not have a dedicated camera button
1. Press "new"
2. Press "event"
3. Press "Sensor"
4. Press "Gesture"
5. Name it "Camera Gesture"
6. Holding the phone in your left hand, long press on the volume down button.
7. Now, rotate the phone to the left, and hold the phone with both hands, like you're taking a picture in landscape mode; while in this position, long press on the volume down button again.
8. The guesture is now recorded; you can set preferences in the "preferences" button. Relevant preferences can be found under the "monitor" tab. DO NOT set the "match radius" setting above 8.0.
9. Once you are happy with the profile, press done and add a task, naming it "Camera On"
10. Press the blue plus sign
11. Press "App"
12. Press "Load App"
13. Press "Camera"
14. Press "Done"
15. Press "Done"
16. Press "Apply"
17. TEST YOUR CAMERA GESTURE!
This same process can be used for any other gestures, and tied to any other apps/actions. The gesture function only works rotationally, not positionally, and several steps in the gesture can be recorded as follows: A long press on the volume down button (or any of the other buttons listed) will initiate the recording of the gesture, and each point along the path of the gesture can be recorded by hitting the volume down button (or any of the other buttons listed) once.
For instance, I could hold the phone straight up, long press the volume down button, rotate the phone so that it is face up, press the volume down button once, rotate the phone back up so that it's facing me, press the volume down button once, then rotate the phone back down to the face up position, and long press the volume down button. This action would record a gesture that required me to start in the up position, rotate down, rotate back up, and then end by rotating back down. This entire gesture could then be tied to some app/action.
Hope this helps!