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.

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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