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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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MOMO

Two trackers with unlimited applications.
MOTION determines interaction by tracking movement, ideal for many games.
MOSAIC tracks objects, including faces and hands.

GestureTek’s new Momo™ SDK uses a mobile device’s camera to track objects and motion within a camera’s field of view. The SDK defines interfaces for two trackers - the Motion tracker which determines interaction by following specific movement and the Mosaic tracker which tracks objects, including faces and hands. This provides developers with a vast array of options when developing gesture-controlled applications.

Momo takes touch-free control as far as you can go, making possible groundbreaking mobile games that can respond to hand motions over menu items and even track the position of the user’s head. Users control the action with specific hand and body gestures – with no movement of the device required!

Download the GestureTek Mobile Brochure [here].
View the Game Development SDK News Release [here].
View Momo for Mobile News Release [here].

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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