Gesture Recognition Tech Controls Devices Without A Camera [Video]

Gesture Recognition Tech Controls Devices Without A Camera [Video]
technology

WiSee lets homeowners control their electronics and appliances from any room using WiFi signals.

Daniela Walker
  • 6 june 2013

Every day we are inching closer and closer to the possibility of a Smart House, where appliances are controlled by voice and even hand gestures. Researchers at the University of Washington have announced new gesture-recognition technology that harnesses WiFi signals to enable users to control appliances all over the house, no matter what room you are in.

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