Buttons, knobs, touchscreens and voice commands are all making room for the next way we'll control our cars.
At CES, BMW demonstrated its gesture control feature for its in-car infotainment system. In the future, drivers will be able to change the radio volume, start navigation or answer a call with the wave of a hand or by pointing a finger.
The next generation of BMW's iDrive infotainment control system may very well use a touchscreen, and let drivers accept phone calls and adjust volume with gestures.
The Grammy-nominated DJ has partnered with Thalmic Labs to use the Myo gesture-control armband during live performances.
In Tokyo at CEATEC 2014, 16Lab is demonstrating a Bluetooth-enabled ring that could make easy gestures a reality.
The Wave gesture-recognition feature remains disabled, but the Nest Protect 2.0 software will help mitigate certain false alarms, and introduces some useful new features in the app.
Thalmic Labs has partnered with Google Glass, Recon Jet, Epson Moverio, and software companies to bring gesture control to smart glasses via the Myo arm band.
Newly published patents from Samsung show the company is considering a smartwatch-style device that could interpret mid-air hand gestures and much more.
Lay down some beats on your iOS device with iRing, finger accessories that let you manipulate music apps by waving your hands.
Microsoft Research has designed a keyboard that integrates gesture controls for a more seamless user interface.