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GesTech: 3D Gestural Interaction for Mobile Devices

Reference number
Funding from Vinnova SEK 2 000 000
Project duration May 2015 - June 2018
Status Completed

Purpose and goal

The GesTech Project proposed a unique 3D hand tracking and gesture recognition technology that supports fast, accurate and effective hands-free interaction with smart devices. This technology has significant interest from mobile hardware/software companies in various application domains such as AR/VR/MR, robotics, and consumer electronics. The main objective of this project was to validate and adapt the development of gesture technology into world-leading products and services with largest players in mobile hardware and software industries.

Expected effects and result

- Analysis and validation of the requirements with industrial players and adapting the development of the gesture technology accordingly. - Align the development of gesture technology with the demand from major AR/VR/MR platforms, hardware manufacturers, and specific application domains. - Perform deep analysis and performance measurement of the gesture technology to meet the requirements of major players. - Deep analysis of the usability of the designed framework and gesture solution with external users.

Planned approach and implementation

- Working closely with major players in mobile AR/VR/MR and hardware manufacturers in mobile industry. - Align the developments of the technology with the technical requirements of the industry. - Test and validate the technology with users of smart devices and experts. - Showcasing the developments of gesture technology to major players and exhibiting at top-tier technology conferences to receive feedback from experts.

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Last updated 28 October 2019

Reference number 2015-00838

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