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WiSee Uses Wi-Fi To Detect Your Movements (Video)

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WiSee, developed by the researchers at the University of Washington, detects human movements using only Wi-Fi.

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Advanced Microphone Technology Transforms Any Surface to Multitouch

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Those of you who are a bit tired of using your finger on usual glass touchscreens might be interested in this new project. Bruno Zamborlin’s Mogees or “mosaicing gestural surface” appears to be paving the way for a new touch interface technology for the future.

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Android Coming To TV With Gesture Recognitions

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TVs are about to grow some brains. Hisense Group, a leading Chinese consumer electronics manufacturer signed a licensing agreement with eyeSight Mobile Technologies, a developer of touch free interfaces for digital devices. Together the two will integrate eyeSight’s innovative Hand Gesture Recognition Technology into new models of Android based Smart TV sets. Yep, Android is coming to the TV.

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Clean Screens: Prototype Enables Touchless iPhone Hand Gesture Controls

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While the Bluetooth headset has allowed people to look like they are talking to imaginary friends, a new device will let iPhone users get in on the action and look like they’re gesturing and talking to no one. A team of researchers at the Hasso-Plattner Institute in Germany have designed an interface that allows you to use apps on your iPhone and answer calls by tapping the palm of your hand.

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Touch-free gestures for tablet devices devised by eyeSight

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Apparently, we're getting one step closer to Minority Report territory. eyeSight has just introduced a new software-based technology that will allow you to use your tablet device without ever touching it; they're doing it based on gestures.

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Kinect-like technology for iPad to wave through CES

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This past September at the IFA Berlin trade show Elliptic Labs revealed their Touchless Gesture User Interface technology. It allowed a user to make hand movements (gestures), similar to Microsoft's Kinect technology; giving the user the ability to control their device by simple hand movements. The company had been working on a prototype with a reference design tablet which has now evolved into a touchless dock prototype for the Apple iPad.

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