A new gesture control device has been created and launched over on the Indiegogo website in the form of the new Flow gesture controller, which is aiming to raise $50,000 to make the jump into manufacture.
The Flow gesture controller can be programmed to understand shortcut commands for actions you use in your daily life whilst at your computer to help with CAD, graphics and many other applications. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Flow project and see it in action.
“We work on graphic design, video editing or CAD on a daily basis. Keyboard and mouse are great but they are far from giving you the same sensitivity and abilities as your hand.
The same applies for music, browsing or presentations. We need a tool that gives us flexible shortcuts and perfect control, a tool that makes the things we love fast, precise, intuitive and fun. That’s why we created Flow, a freely programmable wireless controller.
We’ve tried out many tools. We liked some functions; others not so much. With Flow, we combined three technologies in a way that suits the needs of those who work and live like we do.
Hand gesture recognition, sensitive touch and precise haptics make Flow the perfect tool for anyone who wants to work, play and create in the digital world. We have already developed controls for more than 30 of the most popular applications. ”
For more information on the new Flow gesture controller jump over to the Indiegogo website for details via the link below.