PixArt has signed a deal with Pantech for a new smartphone gesture sensor which offers up to 6 inches of range, double that of the Samsung Galaxy S4.
An evolution to gesture controls for mobile devices could be just around the corner. Infineon Technologies has produced what they are calling the world’s smallest, most integrated and sophisticated Time-of-Flight 3D imaging camera. The CamBoard pico XS 3D depth sensor.
Can gesture-based input methods emulate or even surpass the connections we make with touch input? What sort of applications will gesture control bring? Read on, as we take a 3 dimensional adventure into the world of gesture-based interaction.
Trigger, the latest gesture launcher made available for the Android OS, can be downloaded right now for free on Google Play.
Asus notebooks will soon support built-in 3D gesture recognition through Leap Motion. Will smartphones and tablets benefit next from this technology?