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John Underkoffer from MIT, and his partner Kevin Parent have created hardware which they call “GSpeak,” and created a new term, Gestural Technology. A person’s hands, wearing the appropriately outfitted gloves, can direct images and information directly onto a computer, or onto an array of screens. How it actually works is a secret, but the gloves can direct both static and video images with ease. It all depends on the poses that the operator assumes, which have meaning for the computers or screens.
It may be five or ten years before the military uses of gestural technology are realized, but it is currently being used to interact with computer games, so that the user no longer needs a controller but can simply use their hands.
Keywords: John Underkoffer, Kevin Parent, GSpeak, Gestural Technology, Minority Report, static images, video images, MIT
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