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Gesture Control

Gesture control is the ability to identify and interpret what different body movements mean. Touchless interactions involving computer interpretations of movements are paired with algorithms to achieve desired outcomes. Aspects of this technology can include motion sensor fusion, eye-tracking, and voice recognition. Gesture technology components often have optical sensors that detect signals. Information about these signals is then sent to a processor that converts it into usable information.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About Gesture Control

Gesture recognition is already helping healthcare facilities by enabling nurses and doctors to manipulate a variety of digital images during medical procedures. Banking institutions are also using this technology to enhance security and create a more seamless customer experience.

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