Gesture recognition

  • 09-May-2013 05:07 EDT
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Grayhill's Instinct 2.0 gesture recognition library is a software tool that converts multi-touch sensor data into gestures for 3-D image control. Touch technology combines the Instinct library with a human interface device to track movements from the device touch pad, using as many as five fingers. The data is then converted into gestures and is fed to the user’s application or operating system. The software efficiently collects and interprets tracking data for 3-D machine control and image manipulation, including gesture events such as tap and double tap as well as controlled-momentum dynamic gestures such as scrolling, rotating, and zooming. Touch technology can be used wherever a human interface is needed for electronic controls, including off-highway equipment, and reduces the number of control components required on a control panel.

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