You wouldn’t be human if you didn’t envy Iron Man’s incredible set of gadgets. Which is why we are very excited about the possibilities of gesture recognition technology that could see us swiping our virtual computers just like the red and gold warrior himself.  

Macron’s Virtual Mouse features control of a wide range of devices with bare-hand gestures. As a user moves his or her hand in front of the camera, the smart device’s built-in 2D camera tracks the hand movement, and a cursor on the virtual screen moves accordingly. A menu can be selected by hovering the cursor over the menu. The virtual mouse is a touch-less input solution for smart glasses, stand alone Head Mounted Display (HMD), smartphone-based HMDs and other devices with a built-in 2D camera. 

“The Virtual Mouse has finished its development. We just need to collaborate with hardware manufacturers to apply the software to other smart devices like smartphones or HMDs. We’re planning to provide the Virtual Mouse and Foldable HMDs license to manufacturers, after negotiating the price.”   

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Eva Yoo

Eva Yoo is Shanghai-based tech writer. Reach her at evayoo@technode.com