Will users want to gesture in thin air to interact with wearable computers? Japanese software firm BrilliantService thinks so, as it launches its OS for head mounted displays.
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Israeli gesture recognition tech start-up PointGrab is doubling its staff as it prepares to ship its OEM software primed for Windows 8
MIT researchers have developed a system for gesture-based computing using an ordinary webcam, a pair of brightly colored lycra gloves, and software that combs a database of images. The multicolored gloves cost about a dollar to make, a bargain for Minority Report-style interfacing.
CES 2010: In a video, Synaptics demonstrates its free, downloadable Scrybe software for multitouch gesture support for laptop touchpads.
So maybe you have an iPhone in hand, or have one on order. Or maybe you are fascinated with how the heck this device can take a simple tap on a screen and turn it into a phone call or other action.
A new user interface--the "mouse gesture"--is slowly winning converts among software developers who hope to simplify repetitive tasks in computer applications.
The embittered battle between Microsoft and PCs for Kids continues, with the charity outraged over the software giant's so-called "gesture of good will"
The embittered battle between Microsoft and PCs for Kids continues, with the charity outraged over the software giant's so-called "gesture of good will".
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