The operation on the future device will be no longer just depend on the actual button click, or the touch screen slide, and it is more likely to respond to various floating operation gestures, so that the interaction of the machine can become more diverse.
During the Google I/O 2015, the Project Soli development project, unveiled by the Google ATAP team, is expected to be approved for use in a variety of devices in the near future.
Unlike the current application of Levi's smart denim jacket technology, the Project Soli development project enables the sensing component to remotely recognize the user's gestures, such as finger rotation, grabbing, etc., by surface touch. Unachievable gestures, smart watches with relatively small screen sizes, or devices with uneven surfaces, and even many IoT devices can create a suitable operating mode.
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Prior to this, Google has applied for relevant technology patents. This time, the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved this technology, in addition to the use of radar specifications on behalf of this technology does not have a significant impact on the human body, but also means that the technology will be accessible The actual application of the market.
In addition to being approved by the US Federal Communications Commission, Google's technology is also approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and can be used on the aircraft in the future.
Due to the use characteristics of Project Soli, the operation on the future device will no longer only limit the actual button click, or the touch screen slide, etc., and it is more likely to respond to various floating operation gestures, so that the interaction of the machine can become more Diversified, and there are more design changes on the device side. For example, the operation interface is not limited to the touch panel, and it may be able to display the interactive result with a smaller screen.