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Use Your iPad Without Touching It, With Augmented Reality Gloves

Augmented reality products are becoming increasingly popular. With better displays and more advanced hardware available, people wish to have an experience on their devices which can be as close to reality as possible. And that is precisely why augmented reality products are gaining traction. Here’s another one for you.


The new augmented reality device called T(ether) can accomplish some really amazing tasks. It basically comprises of Vicon motion capture cameras, used in collaboration with a set of gloves which basically lets you wave your hands in the air and at the same time, the motion is detected and captured within an iPad.

Imagine that you wish to create a complex 3D model real quick. T(ether) can be of immense importance since when interacting with a touchscreen, you are somehow inhibited.  But when waving your hands in the air, you can make full use of the three dimensions and create just the model you want.

You can also manipulate the objects on the screen with the help of T(ether). For instance, you can pick them, push them to one aside, tweak their dimensions or create a new object. All the motions of the users are detected by this apparatus in real-time, so you get prompt output of your motions on the screen.

Source: Mashable

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