Lumus smartglasses To Get Gesture Recognition

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Future smartglasses will be able to recognize your hand and finger gestures. The idea is nothing new. But Lumus Smartglasses will be taking advantage of this approach. With this technology, the wearer can use their finger to tap on icons, interact with notifications, and more. This product has an OMAP 4 processor and runs Android 4.1.2, so it will be able to run EyeSight’s gesture recognition software. Considering that Google Glass uses voice recognition instead, it will be interesting to see which approach will succeed.

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[via CNET]

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