Gesture Recognition


Kyocera Experiments with Haptics & Gesture for Autos

by Bob Raikes

Kyocera started by showing us a demonstration of an ASIC that it has developed to allow haptic feedback, using piezoelectric actuators. Especially in automotive and industrial applications, it is important that the user has …

Tags:Automotive| Gesture Recognition| Haptics| Kyocera| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 23 - Issue 45

AuraSense Uses Electric Field Sensing for Smartwatch Input

by Arthur Berman

The current generation of smartwatches use the front surface of the device for two related functions: display and touch input. This approach has two consequences. First, the input device (think finger), will occasionally but …

Tags:Gesture Recognition| Smartwatches| Touch Interfaces| Vol 23 - Issue 45

Juniper Optimistic on Gestures for VR

by Bob Raikes

Juniper Research said that there will be 128 million smartphone-enabled VR devices, climbing to 492 million by 2020 – a growth of over 280% said the CIO blog. The report identifies gesture and motion …

Tags:AR/VR| Gesture Recognition| Mobile Display Monitor| Virtual Reality| Vol 23 - Issue 43

3D Camera Computer Uses Color Perception

by Steve Sechrist

In case you missed it last week, Orbbec Technology Corp of Shenzhen, China showed up at this year’s Display Week with a new 3D camera computer and its focus on 3D Sensing, Artificial Intelligence, …

Tags:3D Cameras| 3D Depth Cameras| Gesture Recognition| SID Display Week 2016| Vol 23 - Issue 23

eyeSight Developing Gesture Control for Smartphone Based VR

by Arthur Berman

If fully successful, the gesture control technology under development at eyeSight Technologies Ltd. (Herzeliya, Israel) will minimize the need for using input peripherals in conjunction with smartphone based VR headsets. Such headsets include the …

Tags:Gesture Recognition| Virtual Reality| Vol 23 - Issue 21

Meta Talks About the Next Generation of AR Glasses

by Norbert Hildebrand

Meta has been making AR hardware for quite some time now. They are in this market for an astounding two and a half years (based on the successful Kickstarter campaign closing) as an augmented …

Tags:AR Glasses| Augmented Reality| Gesture Recognition| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 23 - Issue 07

A New Generation BearTek Wireless Smart Glove

by Arthur Berman

The latest generation of BearTek gloves offered by Blue Infusion Technologies, LLC (Dallas, TX) allows users to keep their smartphone in their pocket and their hands protected while remotely operating their smartphone and/or GoPro …

Tags:Gesture Recognition| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 23 - Issue 05| Wearables

Microsoft Developing “Smart Ring” Technology

by Arthur Berman

Here are two problems. The first is that some devices (think smartwatches and wristbands) have a display screen with a really small surface area. The limiting case of this condition is the smart glass …

Tags:Gesture Recognition| Microsoft| Vol 22 - Issue 50| Wearables

Touchless Sensors Worth $44 Billion by 2021

by Tom Allen

Touch Display Research estimates that the market for touchless human-machine interaction (HDMI) sensor technologies will be worth $44 billion by 2021 – up from $20 billion in 2016. “Gesture-control, voice-recognition, eye-tracking and many other …

Tags:Gaze Recognition| Gesture Recognition| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Sensors| Touch| Touchless Touch| Vol 22 - Issue 42

Hillcrest Speeds Wearables to Market

by Tom Allen

Hillcrest Labs has unveiled a version of its control software for wearable devices. MotionEngine Wear manages sensors in wearables, tracks users’ activities and enables gesture control. Always-on sensing is enabled without compromising power, says …

Tags:Gesture Recognition| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 22 - Issue 39| Wearable Market

Gesture Control Rises With New Applications

by Tom Allen

Gesture-sensing control (‘gesture control’) user interface shipments are forecast to rise 10% YoY this year, to 1.8 billion units. IHS says that touchscreen technology is not suitable for some new and emerging applications, such …

Tags:Gesture Recognition| HMI| IHS Markit| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 22 - Issue 32