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Gesture Control: Common Language for Man and Machine - SXSW 2017

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Human gestures are enhancing our communication with technology; we’re at the tip of the iceberg for creating a new universal language between man and machine. Gestures have begun replacing the keyboard, computer mouse and more to translate what we want to communicate to our devices and then our world. But advancements in this space are moving quickly. Soon the ability to “click” with the pinch of a finger will seem as outdated as landline phones.

In this panel, engineers and executives leading the charge in motion-controlled technology will discuss how gesture recognition will serve the next generation of technology, including standardization and taking it mainstream.

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Gesture Control: Common Language for Man and Machine - SXSW 2017

  1. 1. Gesture Control: Common Language for Man and Machine
  2. 2. Jordan Beck Sr. Android Engineer Rithmio Danielle Smith Director of UX Research and Accessibility Express Scripts

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