Gesture interaction is looking to be one of the next big technologies. All of a sudden it seems to be popping up everywhere, with both Synaptics and the Macbook Air sporting multitouch enabled touchpads. This project from Cynergy Labs is a sort of a mashup of Microsoft Surface with a touchless IR gesture recognition system, based on a Wii sensor and infrared-emitting gloves:
It’s pretty cool for being developed in eight days, but I’d almost prefer something like this, since it offers the same sort of functionality without having to wear gloves.
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