Geniuses the world over are working every day to make using a computer more ergonomic, more intuitive and more fun. There’s been a recent breakthrough. Four students at National Taiwan University have made the gesture control technology envisaged in sci-fi movies a reality. Their HandTie innovation isn’t just fun – it could make all of us much more productive.
How does the technology work?
The HandTie wristband has gesture detectors, meaning that wearers can use intuitive gestures to control smart devices around their home or in their offices. They just wave to open an app, point to play a video, or swipe to read a page. The technology is powered by MediaTek’s Aster MT2502 chip.
Why is it so important to so many?