The technology giant first vividly demonstrated one of its most revolutionary ideas, which could completely change the way we communicate with the electronic devices around us
The ATAP group of Google We are offering a wide range of innovations that will also reach the market and become real commercial products within a relatively short period of time, but with all due respect to projects such as Tango or even Ara - perhaps the biggest thing in these advanced labs is Project Soli, The next great revolution after the era of touch screens.
Project Soli, which was first unveiled a year ago, wants to rely on tiny, solid-state radar technology to feel hand gestures and individual fingers wirelessly - and translate them into action. Kinect Or Leap, which abandons optical sensing in favor of radio wave sensing that allows unprecedented precision and agility.
The interesting project was recently presented live and real-time for the first time, both built into the Urbane's Smart Clock LG, And when built on the loudspeaker radio Of the company JBL - In both cases the result was very impressive, with a real-time indication of the proximity of the user's hand to the interface (or radar, to be exact), and making a dial-like movement to replace information screens on the clock, and making similar movements with the fingers to play the music. Swap songs and turn off the speaker.
All of these things are very basic actions that are just beginning to show the tremendous potential of Project Soli, and as it seems right now with a little luck and perseverance - in a few years we will be able to communicate through our fingers (and also through our voice) all the smart means around us, without touching In them at all.