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A prototype for the invisible phone has appeared – see the trick

by Nicole
May 24, 2011 at 3:49 pm

Researchers at the Hasso-Plattner Institute in Germany have developed a system that allows gesture control of a remote phone, creating the impression that the user handles an invisible phone.

The control system is based on a a depth-sensitive camera inspired by the Xbox and Kinect recognition technology. The camera captures pictures and a special software then analyzes them and sends commands to other wireless devices, in our case an iPhone.

At this stage of development, we can’t say that we are dealing with a prototype that could really be useful, but the unique achievement is appreciated.

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