Do not only use device motion to perform an action.

Actions triggered by tilting or shaking a device are not easily accessible to some visitors. For example, visitors with a motor impairment can perform these actions unintentionally. There are also visitors who cannot operate it, or cannot operate it properly, because the device is attached to a wheelchair in a fixed position. Gestures to a camera that can interpret the movements also fall under motion activation.

For this reason, let the visitors disable the motion activation, or ensure that actions that can be activated with motion activation can also be activated with an alternative control.