Gesture Recognition Is Not Just For Games: Israeli Tech Tracks A Skeleton For Biometric Authentication
Israel is a world-leader in gesture recognition, with international names like Microsoft, Apple and Sega using it for their products. Now, Israeli startup Extreme Reality has shown that their software can be used for the security industry as well as the gaming industry.
April 21, 2014
Israeli Selfie App CamMe Wins Most Innovative App Award At Mobile World Congress
Israeli apps continue to be leaders in the global mobile community. CamMe, an Israeli app that allows users to take selfies from a distance, has won Most Innovative App award at the Mobile World Congress.
February 26, 2014
Bewitched? Control Any Home Appliance With A Wave Of Your Hand
Point to the window blinds and they open. No, we're not talking about famous TV witch Samantha, we're talking about a novel way to control your home environment with hand gestures, thanks to technology developed by Israeli company PointGrab.
January 07, 2014
Israeli Gesture-Recognition To Be Incorporated In Androids
Korean phone maker Pantech is incorporating Israeli gesture recognition technology in its latest product release, suggesting movement control may be the next must-have smartphone feature.
November 02, 2011