Motion Control As a UI

Motion Control As A UI

The VME enabled the addition of motion or gesture control to hand-held consumer devices that otherwise worked on buttons, making it more intuitive, easier to use & attractive to customers

Motion as a UI is a more intuitive & familiar experience. Studied have shown that in a survey, 80% people preferred the use of gesture or motion based controls as they found it easier to use & enabled a quicker learning curve.

Case Study

Vicara was posed with the challenge of enabling gesture control on a pre-existing low-power architecture. The available power as well as compute performance was quite simple / low. However, the VME was able to function with these extreme constraints & deliver great performance & accuracy.

Additionally, VME only used 1% of the total battery capacity to function.

The gestures enabled include :

  • Lift to Turn On
  • Place to Turn Off
  • Swipe Up
  • Swipe Down
  • Swipe Right
  • Swipe Left
  • Wave
  • Double Tap
  • Shake

The project showed that the VME has extremely low compute requirements & can function on any device architecture that has an IMU included, thus being able to enable gesture-control on the smallest of devices.
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