Rather than introducing devices that are packed with buttons and switches, a growing number of brands are focusing their efforts on gesture-controlled gadgets that make interaction simple, streamlined and intuitive.
Some of the best examples of gesture control technology can be found in smart speakers, as well as other household fixtures such as door handles and sinks.
To offer an introduction into the world of coding, Kano put together a Motion Sensor Kit that makes it possible for kids to make a variety of projects that can be controlled with gestures, including everything from games to musical instruments. Also within the realm of entertainment, classic flying toys and cars may now be operated with simple hand movements rather than complicated handheld remotes.
25 Gesture-Controlled Gadgets
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Gesture Control Car Interiors
Gesture-Controlled Mini Drones
Gesture-Controlled Smart Clocks
Touch-Controlled Climate Sinks
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