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Re: Part V: Implementing and Executing a Test & Acceptance Plan
flared0ne   6/8/2012 3:26:38 PM
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I don't think I've mentioned it this week -- you might be interested to look at LeapMotion's new device for gestural recognition -- I'm suspecting (on darned little evidence) that they MAY have found a way to commercialize a spin-off of lenseless imaging, such that they're able to extract position data on-the-fly (under 30mSec latency, with a precision of 0.01mm). If you know anyone into virtual reality and heads-up display goggles, those have pretty much ALWAYS suffered from head-movement latency interference with "staying IN the virtual space". And (as I've pointed out to a few people) a device designed to be stationary with high-precision motion and gestural detection can just as easily be used as a spatial "mouse" to detect motion and orientation of goggles. And pretty much anything else. Expect to be seeing more of their stuff.



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