Microsoft Develops Wrist-Worn Gloveless Sensor for Freehand 3D Computer Interaction

Posted on October 9, 2012

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Microsoft Research in Cambridge, U.K. has developed a wrist-worn gloveless sensor that enables 3D computer interaction. The hardware components are attached to to the wrist brace, which leaves the hand free. The system can recognize hand gestures even when the hand is moving. The device could be used for gaming, interacting with touchscreen tablets and gesture control of mobile devices while the device is still in your pocket. Take a look:

Photo: Microsoft Research

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