An Invisible iPhone In The Palm Of Your Hand

An Invisible iPhone In The Palm Of Your Hand

Researchers at a German University use depth cameras that read finger presses on your palm and turn them into commands for remotely controlling your phone.

Emma Hutchings
  • 24 may 2011

Sean Gustafson, Patrick Baudisch and Christian Holz from the Hasso Plattner Institute at Potsdam University in Germany have created an “Imaginary Phone” that lets users control their iPhone without touching it, instead touching the palm of their hand.

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