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Using Hand Gestures on Your Computer?
Israeli based eyeSight Mobile Technologies has released its hand gesture interface solution for computers using the Android and Windows platforms. Users can control their music and video players, browse through eBooks, manage presentations, play games, control PC apps and carry out many other tasks by simply gesturing. I can image all kinds of strange and interesting gestures that could be implemented.
RoboEarth Teaches Robots to Learn from Peers and Pour Creamy European Fruit Beverages
I read about RoboEarth this week and it is both interesting and scary. The purpose of this European Commission project is to create robots that can teach each other how to do things without human involvement or programming. I just exposed my teenage daughter to the Terminator series this year, and this sounds a lot like the beginning of SkyNet. RoboEarth has already taught one robot, the TechUnited AMIGO, to deliver a box of creamy fruit juice to a bedridden scientist. The next thing you know it will deliver (via a time machine) a nearly indestructible robot determined to stop us from producing future rebels.
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