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Lexus ‘Electrified’ Concept Car Features AR Displays, Gesture Controls, Personal Drone

VRScout

While in the driver’s seat, or “cockpit,” operators have access to an advanced steering wheel complete with various controls for navigation and entertainment. The post Lexus ‘Electrified’ Concept Car Features AR Displays, Gesture Controls, Personal Drone appeared first on VRScout. Image Credit: Lexus.

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EyeSight demos VR gesture control using standard phone.

AllThingsVR

EyeSight demos VR gesture control using standard phone hardware Over the past few years EyeSight has been establishing a name for itself by bringing gesture control to a series of computing platforms, from mobile devices to smart eyeglasses.

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BMW’s magical gesture control finally makes sense as touchscreens take over cars

TechCrunch VR

BMW has been equipping its cars with in-air gesture control for several years and I never paid attention to it. I didn’t know the 850i used gesture control, because, frankly, I had forgotten BMW had this technology; I stumbled upon it. In-air gesture control could improve the user experience with touchscreens.

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Apple Adds Gesture Control, ASL Support, and a Ton of Other Accessibility Features

GizModo VR

Apple’s always expressed a commitment to accessibility, but today it announced a plethora of upcoming features that could make a huge difference in how people with disabilities can interact with technology. Read more.

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NuEyes Adds Customizable Hand Gestures To Its AR Glasses

VRScout

Gesture controls can be customized through an app to activate menus and can provide visual and haptic feedback. What is really interesting is that the NuEyes Pro 3 controls can work with any hand prosthetic, however, there isn’t a lot of information available on that at the moment.

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This Gesture-Controlled Sliding Door Will Make You Feel Like a Jedi

GizModo VR

If you can’t resist subtly waving your hand in the air like a Jedi when you approach an automatic sliding door, get ready for this: a manually operated touchless sliding door that senses and matches the movements of a hand waving back and forth in front of it. Read more.

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AWE 2024: Magic Leap to Wow Attendees with Android Smartwatch AR Input Device

XR Today - Augmented Reality tag

At AWE this week, leading XR headset vendor Magic Leap and gesture technology innovators Doublepoint Technologies are highlighting a deep product partnership to distribute WowMouse, an input device that leverages Android smartwatches to enable gesture controls such as pinch and gaze for AR applicaitons.