Human-to-computer navigation is developing rapidly, bringing us closer to the day when all devices can be controlled by the user's gestures. By now, most people are familiar with Microsoft Kinect or Nintendo Wii, but those aren't the only gesture-based computing projects currently underway.
Human-to-computer navigation is developing rapidly, bringing us closer to the day when all devices can be controlled by the user's gestures
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