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Gesture recognition will be a slam-dunk, startup head says (Q&A)

User interfaces are changing with touch, voice, and -- now -- gestures. EyeSight Mobile CEO Gideon Shmuel believes gesture recognition will transform our expectations of PCs, phones, TVs, and tablets.

By February 11, 2014


Microsoft to acquire gesture control maker Canesta

Canesta, which a year ago took in a $16 million round of funding, makes technology that enables people to control devices using motions instead of hardware interfaces.

By October 29, 2010


Is mind control the future for TVs?

China-based Haier demonstrates a prototype headset that would allow the wearer to change TV channels and control the volume with mere thought.

By September 6, 2011


Canesta brings gesture control to TVs, more

Just think, no more searching for batteries for the remote.

By June 2, 2009


Microsoft prepping Kinect drivers, SDK for Windows?

A report from WinRumors says Microsoft is preparing drivers and a SDK for developers to create software that lets Kinect motion sensor work with Windows-based PCs.

By January 19, 2011


Quanta takes stake in gesture control maker

The world's largest laptop manufacturer invests in Canesta's 3D camera on a chip.

By October 20, 2009


Honda sees the way ahead through a Webcam

Honda files a patent for car-mounted Webcams

By December 4, 2006


Honda spends $5 million to make its cars see

Honda spends $5 million to make its cars see

By September 21, 2006


Honda investing in chips to help cars see

Cars can't see, but Canesta's chips could let the driver know if you are too getting too close to another object.

By September 19, 2006


Picture this: A new breed of cameras

Standards came first to PCs, then to servers and cell phones. Will cameras be next? Photo: Glare, be gone Photo: Who's in focus?

February 3, 2005