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An interactive dynamic display table.
Apple might have made the touch screen ubiquitous, but Microsoft thinks hands-free interfaces will be just as big.
A startup uses 3-D cameras to keep track of hands and fingers, enabling more complex gesture control.
Developers get a new software kit to create Kinect applications, and a number of them did so at a 24-hour “code camp.”
Academics and hobbyists are already hacking the Kinect—and doing so is about to get even easier.
The company behind Microsoft’s Kinect controller wants to kill the remote.
A roundup of the most significant technologies to come to market in 2010.
But the Holy Grail—controlling a computer without touching it—proves hard to achieve.