BMW to show 'AirTouch' 3D gesture control at 2016 CES

BMW to show ‘AirTouch’ 3D gesture control at 2016 CES

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At 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, BMW demonstrated gesture control that allowed users to adjust volume, access navigation and even answer a phone call without touching a single button — everything was controllable with in-air gestures

The German carmaker immediately turned around and implemented the next-gen tech in its all-new 7 Series flagship sedan.

For 2016 CES, BMW aims to take that gesture control to the next dimension with 3D gesture control called AirTouch. This next-level gesture control allows users to control a large panoramic screen like a touchscreen — without actually touching the surface. In order to enable this touch-less touchscreen control, BMW engineers installed additional sensors in the center console that read the three-dimensional movements of the user’s hand Read more…

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BMW to show ‘AirTouch’ 3D gesture control at 2016 CES