Gesto: Open Source Gesture Control Platform

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So you want to build your own smart wearables with gesture recognition? Gesto can help. It is an open source gesture platform that uses data from muscle activity and spacial sensors for gesture recognition. There are no cameras or complicated calibration process to deal with. Gesto supports direction, air drawing, and singular gestures.

Gesto can be used to build smart wearables and interactive solutions. More information is available here.

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