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MIT Media Lab Develop 3D Gestural Computing

MIT Media Lab Develop 3D Gestural Computing

New 3D bi-directional display gives use total gesture control over objects on the screen...New 3D bi-directional display gives use total gesture control over objects on the screen...

Researchers at MIT’s Media Lab have developed a 3D bi-directional (BIDI) display that reads hand gestures via embedded optical sensors. The new display also supports multitouch as well as hand movement recognition in the space in front of the screen.

The gestural tracking works by using optical sensors embedded behind the display. These sensors are able to see what the user is doing by the LCD alternating rapidly? between what it’s displaying to the viewer and a pattern for the camera array.

3D Bi-Directional Display

3D Bi-Directional Display

It’s the first display device that physically looks at you whilst you look at it, which means the whole system could also be turned into a high-resolution camera.

More details in the video clip below:

Researchers at MIT’s Media Lab have developed a 3D bi-directional (BIDI) display that reads hand gestures via embedded optical sensors. The new display also supports multitouch as well as hand movement recognition in the space in front of the screen.



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