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.
Just think, no more searching for batteries for the remote.
China-based Haier demonstrates a prototype headset that would allow the wearer to change TV channels and control the volume with mere thought.
The world's largest laptop manufacturer invests in Canesta's 3D camera on a chip.
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.
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.
Honda spends $5 million to make its cars see
Honda files a patent for car-mounted Webcams