Smartwatches Can Now Track Your Finger In Mid-Air Using Sonar




UW CSE and EE researchers demonstrate FingerIO, a new technology from CSE’s Networks and Mobile Systems Lab that employs sonar to enable users to interact with their smartphones and smartwatches by gesturing or writing on any nearby surface.
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FingerIO, Gesture Control, Smartwatches Can Now Track Your Finger In Mid-Air Using Sonar

FingerIO, Gesture Control, Smartwatches Can Now Track Your Finger In Mid-Air Using Sonar


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