Invisible iPhone

Invisible iPhone

Invisible iPhone

Patrick Baudisch and his team of researchers at the Hasso-Plattner Institute have moved closer to invisible iPhone a reality, with an iPhone touchscreen to the palm of your hand.

Invisible iPhone



The device involves a depth camera, mounted on a tripod, that can register the movements of a person’s finger across his palm. During their research, Baudisch and his colleagues found that iPhone owners could accurately determine the position of two-thirds of their apps on their palms, without even looking at their device.

Special software determines the actions these gestures would execute on a user’s iPhone, before transmitting the commands to a physical phone, via WiFi radio.

[engadget]

By |2011-05-25T15:01:40+02:00May 25, 2011|Categories: Computers|Tags: |

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