Microsoft Research Demos Magically Touch-Less, Transparent Glass Display

Microsoft's research division is doing tours across college campuses and rather than turning them into snoozefests they're showing off a prototype straight outta Iron Man fantasies. It's a clear glass display which accepts input through voice-control, touch-less gestures, and eye-tracking. » 11/06/09 7:51am 11/06/09 7:51am

Elliptic Touchless UI Puts the Input Interface in Thin Air

Touchscreen interfaces are great, but all that touching, like foreplay, can be a little bit of a drag. Enter the wonder kids from Elliptic Labs, who are hard at work on implementing a touchless interface. The input method is, well, in thin air. The technology detects motion in 3D and requires no special worn-sensors… » 2/03/08 11:00am 2/03/08 11:00am

Touchless Keyboard Lets Disabled People Type With Their Heads

This touchless keyboard system's breakthrough is that it combines both the typing and the mousing in a single sensor. When configured on a standard PC, the user wears the headgear shown in the picture, and navigates and types by moving their head and neck. Here's what separates this product from similar ones: » 10/19/07 9:01am 10/19/07 9:01am