Plessey announced that they will be demonstrating their new, low cost, Contactless Gesture Recognition technology called imPart at CES 2013. The imPart technology is designed to fit around computer monitors, portable laptop computers, ultra books and tablets and provides the user with the ability to activate and use devices, without having to touch them, via gestures such as swipe, flick, up and down. A simple ‘left-click‘ function has been incorporated by hovering the hand at any required point for more than 0.5s. It uses Plessey’s award-winning EPIC sensors, which detect changes in electric potential, and enables device manufacturers to gesture-enable computer screens without needing expensive, power hungry, capacitive touchscreen technology or cameras. Steve Cliffe, Plessey’s Director of Business Development, said, (…) Continua →
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