Clay AIR proprietary tools designed to optimize in-house hand tracking models training time and accuracy Hand tracking and gesture recognition technology represent a revolution in the way people interact with technology: virtual interactions with digital and holographic objects, touchless controls with smart displays, and remote interactions with autonomous devices are now possible. These new ways […]
Driven by fundamental shifts in the types of devices available and their corresponding capabilities, the VR hardware market has undergone numerous changes in consumer and enterprise use cases. In this post, we explore the trends in consumer and enterprise virtual reality.
Clay AIR hand tracking and gesture recognition technology, which is already optimized for Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and 865, is now compatible with the latest Intel’s on-chip neural accelerator Movidius Myriad X. Hand tracking and gesture recognition integration made easier OEMs will be able to add basic gesture recognition features on top of devices equipped with […]
While the pandemic greatly accelerated the adoption and use cases for Augmented Reality, among many other technologies, we expect these trends to continue to grow in the years to come as the enterprise and consumer AR ecosystems develop.
In-car gesture controls and automotive human-machine interactions are emerging in premium cars such as the BMW, Jaguar, Volkswagen, and many more. They complement driver monitoring systems (DMS), which use computer vision to track driver attentiveness. By sending a warning system that alerts the driver as needed, the DMS saves lives. However, what can be done to […]