This is a pretty cool video demonstration.
Not that we haven’t seen this technology, but it’s the context that is intriguing.
Video games have been using gesture technology for a while, and Hyundai is incorporating that into cars.
Nevermind smudging touchscreens, pushing buttons or turning dials. Soon that will be a thing of the past.
If carmakers have their way, we’ll be twisting our wrists, waving our hands and pointing fingers so that 3D motion sensors can decipher what our movements are indicating.
Thanks in part to the technology developed by Tobii, we’re all going to look like third base coaches in baseball, making funny signs as we drive — or rather, conduct our automobiles.
Check out full coverage on the crazy hand-gesture driving from Jalopnik here.