Zesture

Control your music, movies and slides with hand gestures

Zesture uses your laptop's camera (and AI) to give you touch-free control over your media, entertainment and presentation applications (without any extra hardware).
It works with apps like Powerpoint, Netflix, YouTube, Spotify, Apple & Amazon Music and more.
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πŸ‘‹ Hey everyone! Touchless technology is the future (especially after the Covid-19 pandemic). Introducing πŸ‘‹ Zesture, a Mac/Windows app that lets you control your favourite media, entertainment and presentation applications using hand gestures. πŸ’» Supported Apps - Music: Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music - Video: VLC Media Player - Presentation: Microsoft Powerpoint and Keynote 🌐 Supported Websites (needs Zesture Helper chrome extension as well) - Music: Spotify (Web Player), YouTube Music, Amazon Music (Web Player) and Deezer - Video: YouTube and Netflix ✌️ Supported Actions: - Play/Pause - Next/Previous Track - Enter/Exit Fullscreen - Forward/Rewind - Mute/Unmute - Volume Up/Down 🀩 Highlights: - Control media in the background while you are checking your emails or doing some other work - Control your screen from a distance - Groove to your favourite music while cooking without the fear of your screen getting dirty - Enjoy exercising while listening to music or watching videos - Control your Presentation staying away from your laptop - No extra hardware needed ⬇️ Download it now to get a 7-day free trial (no credit card required). πŸ”’ Privacy: Using your webcam is totally secure. Gesture recognition is done locally on your computer and hence we don't record, save or send any images or videos at all. Your camera is turned off automatically after a certain period of inactivity (configurable via the app). πŸ™ We’d love to get your feedback and look forward to answering any questions!
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Wow, looks amazing πŸ‘
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Thank you!
Looks great. One quick question. Can you customise the hand movements? For example i think swiping left to go forward is more intuitive. Since we do the same gesture for our phones
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@techtom10 Hi, thanks for the suggestion and your feedback. We will definitely consider it as an option in the future if there's demand for that.
Hi There, Just tried it on my Mac. APPLE CIDER VINEGAR
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it will be amazing!
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