RING: Gesture Control Device


Gesture control has come a long way in the past few years, but the vast majority of gesture-controlled devices still carry a fundamental flaw: they still rely on cameras. The effectiveness of these systems hinges on extremely sophisticated gesture-recognition algorithms, which often have detection problems at large distances or varying light conditions.

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