Ridding Ourselves of the Touch Screen in Favor of Precise Gesture Controls

Ridding Ourselves of the Touch Screen in Favor of Precise Gesture Controls
technology

Project Soli is Google's response to our intimacy with tech

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 8 february 2016

“The hand is the ultimate input device. It’s extremely precise, it’s extremely fast, and it’s very natural for us to use it,” says Ivan Poupyrev, founder of Project Soli over at Google ATAP. “How can we take this incredible capability—the finesse of human actions and the finesse of using our hand—but apply it to the virtual world?”

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