SoundWave: Using the Doppler Effect to Sense Gestures


Added on May 8, 2012

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Gestures are becoming an increasingly popular means of interacting with computers. However, it is still relatively costly to deploy robust gesture-recognition sensors in existing mobile platforms. SoundWave is a real-time sensing technique that leverages a speaker and a microphone to robustly sense in-air gestures and motion around a device. It is capable of detecting a variety of gestures, and can directly control existing applications without requiring a user to wear any special sensors.

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Tags: SoundWave,  doppler  effect,  Microsoft,  MicrosoftResearch,  MSR,  CHI,  NUI,  natural  user  interface,  gestures,  motion  detect 


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