Project Soli: Using Hand Gestures to Control Wearables

project soli

It was only a few days ago that we covered a simple solution that would allow smartwatch users to control their device using simple hand gestures. Google’s Project Soli is taking that to the next level. It is an interaction sensor that uses radar technology to track sub-millimeter sensors, allowing you to control your smartwatch and other compatible electronics easily.

This interaction sensor is fast and accurate. It fits onto a chip and can be built into everyday objects. You will be able to control your radio, smartwatch, tablet, and other devices using hand gestures with this technology. The above video provides you with more information on Project Soli.


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