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Researchers make gesture-based computing interfaces more accessible

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Academic and industry labs have developed a host of prototype gesture interfaces, ranging from room-sized systems with multiple cameras to detectors built into laptops’ screens. But MIT researchers have developed a system that could make gestural interfaces much more practical. Aside from a standard webcam, like those found in many new computers, the system uses only a single piece of hardware: a multicolored Lycra glove that could be manufactured for about a dollar.

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whateva2646d ago

and use it because it's cheap and it really puts your hands into the game better than anything that's out now.

they can use this with Natal or PS-Eye and Nintendo can come out with a WiiCam and use these gloves in a Game. the gloves can be made for under $1 it can come with the game.