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Cabe Atwell
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Re: Hand Gesture
Cabe Atwell   10/23/2013 6:57:17 PM
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I hope this gesture interface is not as cumbersome to use like the Leap motion, Kinect, and projector interfaces. I find I am tensing up my muscles too much in the useless effort to correct those HMIs. It's actually tiring. This, I hope, fairs better.

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Re: Hand Gesture
Mydesign   9/20/2013 5:34:18 AM
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"you are spot on. such hand gestures are already in use with commercial devices like smart TV and home automation systems. its possibilites can stretch the limits of user experience'

You are right vimal kumar. I think Samsung is the first one which introduced the hand gesture technology in smart TV.

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Re: Hand Gesture
vimalkumarp   9/12/2013 2:46:58 AM
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you are spot on. such hand gestures are already in use with commercial devices like smart TV and home automation systems. its possibilites can stretch the limits of user experience.

TJ McDermott
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Re: Hand Gesture
TJ McDermott   9/11/2013 11:46:45 AM
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I can't wait to get my hands on this technology.

Mydesign
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Hand Gesture
Mydesign   9/10/2013 7:17:12 AM
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"The technology supporting those glasses has transitioned over to everyday objects that can be used without wearing unappealing eyewear. For example, a Los Angeles smart space installation uses a digitally augmented table and book that allows visitors to use hand gestures to explore digital media."

Cabe, such hand gestures are already in use with commercial devices like smart TV and home automation systems. I hope the technology will be get flourished and widely accepted across industry, so that controlling becomes more easier.



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