Saturday, January 30, 2010

Touch-free input interface using a single camera

Really nice. I would like to try out what this feels like. His typing seems rather quick. It would be a nice way to avoid smudges on your screen if nothing else. You can still have haptic feedback in the air as shown here.

One might have problems with ergonomics and fatigue as you have nowhere to rest your hands or fingers, but you won't know until you try.


Mt. said...

its kind of dump that once the image is acquired, the developer is still tracking only one point. It should have gone with multi touch instead.

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