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

MIT's camera-embedded LCD screen

Credit: MIT News Office

Almost three years ago MIT Media Lab researchers presented a gloveless gestural interaction system that incorporates optical sensors embedded directly behind an LCD display. Using the LCD display as a lens, the sensors can recognize and react to a human hand before the screen. The main obstacle at the time, according to the MIT News Office, is that LCD displays with built-in optical sensors weren't easy to find because they were an entirely new concept. The Media Lab had to produce mock-ups in order to test the technology.

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