SoftKinetic’s motion sensor tracks your hands and fingers, fits in them too (video)
Coming out of its shell as a possible Kinect foe, SoftKinetic has launched a new range sensor at Computex right on the heels of its last model. Upping the accuracy while shrinking the size, the DepthSense 325 now sees your fingers and hand gestures in crisp HD and as close as 10cm (4 inches), an improvement from the 15cm (6 inches) of its DS311 predecessor. Two microphones are also tucked in, making the device suitable for video conferencing, gaming and whatever else OEMs and developers might have in mind. We haven’t tried it yet, but judging from the video, it seems to hunt finger and hand movements quite competently. Hit the break to see for yourself.
Pubblicato il 07/06/2012, in Hi-Tech con tag belgium, depth, Depth Sense 311, Depth Sense 325, depth sensor, depthsense, DepthSense311, DepthSense325, DepthSensor, developer, development, DS311, DS325, gesture recognition, GestureRecognition, kinect, microsoft, motion, motion sensor, MotionSensor, oem, range sensor, RangeSensor, sensor, Smart TV, SmartTv, SoftKinetic, softkinetic DS325, SoftkineticDs325, time-of-flight, video. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.