New technology can track detailed hand motion
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#Handpose can use gestures to help your device understand more than just your voice #CHI2015 http://t.co/3AQD2xaxWm http://t.co/HPGNu96W2d
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Real-time hand tracking for gaming, sign language translation? We’re making it happen #CHI2015 http://t.co/3AQD2xaxWm http://t.co/PaRqyNIj6v
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