Get ready for computers that can recognize your voice, face, and hand movements.
We saw separate but wonderful visions of the game industry this week in a series of cool events.
Watch a live demo of SoftKinetic's close-range gesture controls.
At Intel's developer forum, there was plenty of cool gaming stuff
SoftKinetic's close-range gesture control technology is at the heart of Intel's upcoming non-touch control for laptops. The companies call this development the beginning of perceptual computing.
Not content with being flung into space, the Angry Birds behemoth is evolving alongside the popularity of motion control. SoftKinetic, a leading developer of gesture-based platforms for consumer electronics, showed off a tech demo showcasing this experience in full flight.…
SoftKinetic is one of many sensor companies promoting 3D cameras in the wake of Microsoft’s success with the Kinect motion sensors for the Xbox 360. But while Microsoft has already sold 18 million Kinect system, Michel Tombroff, chief executive of …