If you saw Tom Cruise operating a computer with hand gestures in ‘The Minority Report ’ and wondered when you would be able to do the same, thanks to Intel® AI Builders program member Gestoos, your wait is over! Former members of Steven Spielberg’s technical advisory team worked to build Gestoos, which allows users greater control through hand gestures. The Gestoos AI platform enables cameras and sensors to see, understand, and respond to human movement and behavior in any environment. For example, the application allows users to open their favorite presentation, music or video app and control it with gestures.
Gestoos’ application is now available for every Microsoft Windows*-based PC and tablet that uses a camera with the RGB color model, thanks to the use of AI algorithms optimized by the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit. At CES 2019, Gestoos will launch its new app that allows users to map any keyboard command to a hand gesture made in the air. Consumers can select from a set of intuitive, no-touch gestures and assign them to control application commands such as raising the volume, jumping to the next song, or advancing to the next page without having to touch a screen, keyboard or mouse. This application unlocks numerous possibilities and makes gesture interactions available for everyone.
Come try this new application for yourself at Gestoos’ CES booth, Tech West, Sands Expo, Level 1, Hall G #51312.