Bye-bye, mouse. Hello, mind control

New interface methods will revolutionize how we interact with computers

By Maria Korolov, Network World |  Hardware, gaming, gesture control

Hand motions

One company tracking hand motion is Infinite Z, which requires that users wear 3D glasses and use a stylus to touch objects which appear to float in the air in front of them. “A virtual environment makes a lot of sense for computer-aided design, data visualization, pharmaceuticals, medicine, and oil and gas simulations,” says David Chavez, the company's CTO. The products work with Unity 3D and other virtual environment engines, as well as the company's own Z-Space platform.

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