Softkinetic user interface evolution by Ilse Ravyse and Tanya Varbanove


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Talk by Softkinetic at TIII one-day conference about depth sensing cameras.

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Softkinetic user interface evolution by Ilse Ravyse and Tanya Varbanove

  1. 1. Evolution of the interface contact 1 SoftKinetic Proprietary & Confidential Information
  2. 2. End-to-End natural gesture solution Hardware | Middleware | Content DepthSense Cameras Patented Time-of-Flight sensors Most advanced Depth cameras available iisu middleware Whole body recognition Pioneer in close interaction – 2 Hand, 10 finger tracking Powerful SDK available for developers ContentSoftKinetic , Founded in 2007 with offices in Belgium, China, USA, Dedicated Studio for developing applicationsand Korea, is the only independent end-to-end provider for natural 3rd party developer networkgesture solutions SoftKinetic Proprietary Information
  3. 3. Body Recognition natural gesture solutionHow does it work?SoftKinetic Proprietary Information
  4. 4. Close Interaction with DS325Bringing Natural Gesture closer to the screen New range of natural gesture 10cm to 1m Intuitively interact with the desktop No need to constantly clean the screen Don’t worry what’s on your hands Wide field of view Captures the space in front of your screen 2 hand / 10 finger tracking Lag Free 60 FPS captures every movement Mouse-like precision at your fingertipsSoftKinetic Proprietary Information
  5. 5. HOME USE | UI CONTROL Digital Home media browser SoftKinetic Proprietary Information
  6. 6. EXCERSIZE | TRAINING | COACHING SoftKinetic Proprietary Information
  7. 7. CLOSE INTERACTION SoftKinetic Proprietary Information
  8. 8. AUTOMOTIVESoftKinetic Proprietary Information
  9. 9. IN-FLIGHT SoftKinetic Proprietary Information
  10. 10. NETBOOK SoftKinetic Proprietary Information
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