12 touch-less computer navigation projects

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 Colin Neagle, Network World |  Consumerization of IT, gesture control, Kinect

AutoDesk's Magic Finger project

AutoDesk Research has developed a small device worn on the fingertip that makes the user look like E.T. while storing information found in the real world. Some examples in this video include capturing information from a data matrix button in a print magazine that opens an app on a connected tablet, which can then be controlled without the need to touch the screen.

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