The device from Nippon Telegraph estimates the amount of calories eaten by studying how the wearer moves their arms when eating different foods
This tiny unmanned copter will take your phone to heights it's never seen.
The Walk Up! clock app uses a phone's accelerometer to make sure users wake up.
Design team creates an app that can track the movement of professional skaters in real-time.
Amiigo is a bracelet, shoe clip, and app that can identify how you're exercising from your movements using gesture-based software algorithms.
Steve Clayton, the editor of the Next at Microsoft blog, shares his thoughts on the growing trend of Natural User Interfaces.
The engineers from Chaotic Moon Labs pushed the limitations of the Microsoft Kinect by using it to move and control a physical object rather than virtual ones.
The start-up Greengoose uses motion-powered sensors and accelerometers to track a user’s everyday activities and credit them online.
During her performance today at TEDGlobal, singer Imogen Heap debuted high tech musical gloves, manipulating sounds and her voice with hand gestures only.
The Wall Street Journal reports that numerous researchers are using information gathered from phones to decipher otherwise hidden social patterns, relationships, spending habits, and even political views of their respective owners.