Hand interaction with gestures for the Epson Moverio BT-300

Lars Lundstrøm, Jul 19th, 2018

This video demonstrates how BreqLabs can implement personalized hand interaction that replaces all touch functions that otherwise would be done through a touch screen, buttons or a handheld controller. Featured in this video are two different modes of interaction: interaction through the hover/highlight function and the air mouse.

The experience of natural interaction advances and unleashes the full potential of augmented reality (AR). The finger sensor can be disabled with a simple gesture, therefore allowing the customer to be active in his physical environment, unhindered by the headset.

The video shows the hand interaction finger device and receiver created by BreqLabs. The finger device is easy to wear on a finger, while the receiver is mounted on the side of the headset. The receiver transfers the hand coordinates to the applications, thereby not adding any tracking load on the phone's CPU.

The video is captured through a screen capture from the Epson Moverio BT-300 with a simultaneous video stream of the user.

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