Last week, the eyeSight announced the launch of a new tool to control gestures developed for the new generation of Microsoft operating system, Windows 8. The new OS’ll reach the market later this year. The Israeli company’s new service’ll allow users to control their mobile devices and computers equipped with Windows 8 with simple gestures. According to the site Geeky Gadgets, the tool helps users to access applications, files, media and even easier to use the new Metro interface.
The feature’s based on simple gestures and web camera in two dimensions – “The user interface of Windows 8 is neat for touch-screen”, he aforesaid in a very statement Gideon Shmuel, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of eyeSight. “EMs are desperate to function easy integration due to the market's response to the touch-sensitive displays”.
The new feature’s presented during Computex 2012, held last month in Taipei, China, and showed an excellent performance in various types of platforms.
Gesture Recognition by eyeSight – Video Demo
Check out a video demo of the new product Gesture Recognition and if you wanna read it’s features, slightly watch this video on YouTube. So you’ll be able to see the description below video.