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Mar 31 2010 - GTek Motion-Control Engine Powers Touchless Game by Genki Mobile for Mobile Game Devices
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Feb 15 2010 - GestureTek Demonstrates Gesture-Control Software with Face & Hand Tracking for Android & Symbian® at Mobile World Congresst
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Jan 7 2010 - GestureTek Launches Gesture Control Software for Android® and a New Tracking Engine for Windows® Mobile at the Consumer Electronics Show
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Jan 6 2010 - GestureTek Unveils New Software Development Kit to Bring Immersive WebCam-Based Games and Applications to PCs and Other Platforms at CES
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Sep 14 2009 - GestureTek’s Optical Tracker Powers New Gesture Control Phone
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GestureTek Mobile Darts GameGestureTek is changing the interface of mobile with the award-winning Eyemo™ software that enables touch-free user interfaces on camera-enabled handsets. GestureTek’s Momo™ engine takes touch-free control even further, using a mobile device’s camera to track specific movements and objects within the camera’s field of view. The software can be delivered over the air or embedded on virtually any camera-enabled device. Turnkey motion-controlled games and applications are also available on multiple platforms, eliminating the need for development work.

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THE NATURAL CHOICE IN MAN-MACHINE INTERFACES

Gesture-Driven Interaction
Now you can do anything you would normally do on a device simply by moving the phone in fun and intuitive ways. Answer a call, make a selection, scroll, pan, zoom or browse the web. Our "next gen" innovations include finger tracking for on-screen "point to control" capability and advanced motion tracking support.

Motion-Controlled Applications
Our gesture control software adds motion-control to any application. Our simple application programming interface makes it easy for developers to rapidly integrate motion-control into new and existing applications at any stage of the process, in much the same way as with traditional controls such as keys and button presses. Ask about our SDKs (Software Development Kits).

Motion-Based and Intuitive Games
Real-life motion for game control beats tedious button presses hands down. Tilt your device to drive, fly, throw, shoot, fly-cast or shuffle. Using the phone as your ball, make a bowling gesture and try to score a perfect 300. Set the phone on your desk and challenge your onscreen opponent to a virtual boxing match. Find out more about our 150 commercially available motion-controlled games and applications.

Embedded Software Opportunities
GestureTek’s patented video gesture control technology has been embedded into a wide variety of devices and platforms, including NTT DoCoMo handsets in Japan. EyeMobile is easily ported to new devices at any phase and has a small memory and processor footprint.


KEY INITIATIVES

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Applications were made available for OTA download in 2008 Investment by DoCoMo Capital and software embedded in NTT DoCoMo handsets in 2007 Telefonica became an investor and strategic partner with GestureTek in 2007 Full developer tools were made available on their website in 2006
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GestureTek technology embedded on Sony Yari and F305 gesture control phones in 2009. GestureTek’s Momo and EyeMo SDKs made available for Windows Mobile in 2009 and 2010 respectively GestureTek’s Momo and EyeMo SDKs made available for Android in 2010. GestureTek’s Momo and EyeMo SDKs made available for Symbian, beginning in 2007.

 

GestureTek technologies have international patent protection. U.S patents include 5,534,917 (Video image based control system), 7,058,204 (Multiple camera control system), 7,227,526 (3D-vision image control system), 7,379,563 (Bi-manual movement tracker) and 7,379,566 (Optical flow-based tilt sensor). EyeMobile® is protected under patent TMA 700,194 with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office for "mobile device application software featuring gesture recognition technology."

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