eyeSight Announces Advanced Touch-free Gesture Control for Windows 8
eyeSight has revealed its eyeCan.
Designed to be fast and simple to integrate, the eyeCan is an advanced gesture control solution for Windows 8, enabling users to control windows, applications, and media (just to name a few) with a flick of the wrist, and to use a virtual mouse/pointer from across the room (eyePoint).
The eyeSight eyeKeys application allows gestures to be mapped to existing keyboard shortcuts, virtual keypress events, touch events, and much more. Applications such as Powerpoint, web browsing, reader applications, and the music player can almost instantly be gesture-enabled by simply mapping a gesture to a specific keyboard shortcut, mouse event, etc. eyeSight also offers OEMs an easy-to-use SDK, so OEMs can quickly integrate gesture control function into the features and applications at a code level.
eyeSight’s technology is compatible with all major operating systems, Apple’s iOS, Android and Linux as well as previous Windows versions. eyeSight’s technology can also be developed to work on more bespoke platforms, such as automotive infotainment or navigation systems.