Whoosh: Non-Voice Acoustics for Hands-free Input on Smartwatches

In the past few months, we have covered a bunch of projects that involve creating new ways to interact with smartwatches. Georgia Tech has come with a non-voice acoustic method for rapid input on smartwatches. Users will be able to interact with their device by breaths or taps on their skin.

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For instance, users can shush to reject incoming calls, two breaths to accept calls, and authenticate with their breathing pattern. More info is available here.

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