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+ - ZeroTouch Sensor: Ready for Large Televisions and ESports Gaming

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An anonymous reader writes "Researchers Jon Moeller, Andruid Kerne, and a team from the Interface Ecology Lab at Texas A&M University showcased the latest ZeroTouch multi-finger sensing technology at ACM CHI, in Austin. ZeroTouch is a new spin on infrared sensing technology, which optimizes the sensor readout cycle for a linear array of modulated infrared light receivers.

ZeroTouch is a high performance cost-effective solution for television scale multi-touch sensing, as the researchers showed through integration of the sensor with a 55 inch LCD TV. ZeroTouch also constitutes a precise free-air sensing technology (Kinect can be used as a complementary technology to sense depth). Researcher Bill Hamilton uses ZeroTouch integrated with Wacom Cintiq to showcase new embodied eSports interaction for the open source Zero-K real time strategy game."
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ZeroTouch Sensor: Ready for Large Televisions and ESports Gaming

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