Researchers from Tokyo University are working on a mobile phone interface that uses hand gestures to control device functions.

Researchers from Tokyo University are working on a mobile phone interface that uses hand gestures to control device functions. A camera on the front of the phone tracks hand and finger movement in 3D space, translating the motions into cursor movement, drawing and other on screen actions. A special camera that captures 154 frames a second is needed for this process.

Watch a video demo below: [via Switched]

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