Most Promising Gesture Technology

Chris Sheldrake

This ‘Panasonic 3D Sensor: D-Imager’ is currently used as a motion capture sensor for the Life Wall*2 exhibited at the Japanese Pavilion in the EXPO 2010 Shanghai China.

We asked Panasonic about it but no amount of emails could elicit a response. The video is sort-of self explanatory, although at 5 minutes a bit long for us in the office, but if you are interested in gesture technology then please persevere…

Panasonic Electric Works officially announced the product back on June 1, 2010.

It’s one of the most promising pieces of technology we have seen in the gesture-controlled and interactive space. Now if only someone would talk to us about it!

One Response to “Most Promising Gesture Technology”

  1. Jason Cremins Says:

    Looks very interesting and when combined with 3D Screen/Projection and a product like the Yamaha Air Surround we could see a new generation of truly submersive and interactive digital signage just around the corner.

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