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Piccolo

Control your home with gestures

Piccolo is building the world’s first vision assistant. It uses a 3D camera and computer vision to let you control devices with gestures. It lets you point at lamps to turn them on and you can control your TV with simple hand movements.

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Neova

A connected ring for musicians

Neova lets you add musical effects to your play using simple and natural hand gestures. A brand new way to enhance musical performance.

CNET
This digital MIDI controller lets you alter music effects by just moving your finger.
Engadget
The "connected ring" essentially functions as a responsive MIDI controller that can function with or without a laptop. Tilting your hand up and down modulates the volume while rolling it from side to side creates pitch bend or vibrato effects. Combining gestures means the effects combine, too.
TechCrunch
We saw a small mountain of cool stuff at CES this week, but this one is still on my mind a few days later. It's a ring you wear while playing a MIDI keyboard. By wavering your hand or slid...
The Verge
French company Enhancia's MIDI ring, which The Verge first saw at the 2018 NAMM show, is now available for preorder on Kickstarter. Now called Neova, the ring is an accessory for musicians to wear on the index finger of their right hand.
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DTing is world's first easy-start gesture controlled robot and toy series.

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Gesture-Responsive Robotic Toys - Inspired by the development of high tech artificial limbs, DTing's team collaborated with scientists and engineers to create a line of reason...
Pressbox
DTing - Worlds First Easy-Started Gesture Control Robot and Toy Series is Ready to Launch on Indieg
Gadgetify
Meet the DTing Armlet: a gesture control device for drones, robots, games, RC cars, and other similar applications. It detects muscle activity to let you interact with your devices. Thanks to its SDK, you can develop innovative apps for it. In some ways, it reminds us of the Myo Armband.
Openpr
DTing, a series of robots and toys truly controlled by gesture and force is ready to launch on the famous crowdfunding platform Indiegogo. It takes over all the control behaviors of robots at users' wishes, by using gesture and movement to control and precept everything using force.
Robotic Gizmos
Here are robots and toys that you can control with gestures. The DTing toys are controlled using a wristband. It can recognize forearm movement, hand gestures, and force. Such a technology can be used to control tanks, drones, and other RC toys.👉 Trade Bitcoin & rare cryptocurrencies with Changelly  As you move your arm, ...
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