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Submission + - Give Your Computer Interface the Finger, Literally (

moon_unit2 writes: Tech Review has a story about a startup that's developed software capable of tracking not just hand movements but precise finger gestures. The setupm from 3Gear, requires two depth-sensing cameras (aka Kinects) at the top corners of your display. Then simply give your computer thumbs up — or whatever other gesture you might feel like — and it'll know what you're doing. The software is available for free while the product is in beta testing, if you want to give it a try. The story also includes a cool video.
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Give Your Computer Interface the Finger, Literally

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