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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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New Sony Ericsson F305 Phones Include EyeMo™. Four New Games Now Available


CTIA Logo GestureTek's EyeMo Optical Tracker is now available on Sony Ericsson's new F305 motion-sensing mobile phones. The software lets users play motion control games using gesture recognition technology. New gesture control games enabled with EyeMo are also now available, 05 by including four games for Windows Mobile by TiltnTwist and two games for Sony Ericsson F35 by Digital Chocolate. [more]

TiltnTwist Announces Four Windows Mobile Games Using GestureTek Mobile's Motion Control Technology


CTIA Logo Mobile games developer TiltnTwist announced today four motion-based games developed on the Windows Mobile platform using GestureTek Mobile’s world-leading gesture recognition software. Snowboarding TNT and DropZone are available today at Handango.com HyperHamster and DUI: The Long Drive Home will be available shortly. [more]

Aplix Licenses EyeMo To Deploy Motion Control Solution On Mobile Phones In Emerging Markets


CTIA Logo Aplix Corporation licensed GestureTek's EyeMo optical tracking technology in its new integrated product solution to enable motion-control features in low-cost phones and to support the deployment of associated applications such as motion-controlled games. The adoption of mobile phones is rapidly on the rise in emerging markets, and demand for content services such as games are strong. However, motion detection has usually required an expensive sensor chip, which has made it very difficult to support these services in markets comprised mainly of low cost phones. GestureTek's EyeMo software utilizes the phone’s camera, which is already available on many mobile phones even in cost-sensitive emerging markets, enabling Aplix to provide motion control for low-end phone models. [more]

GestureTek Announces Practical Applications Offering iPhone- Like Functionality with a Touch-Free Interface at CTIA


CTIA Logo GestureTek showcased its new practical mobile applications, including map navigation, image viewer and web browser at the CTIA Show in Las Vegas. The company’s gestural user interface is fully competitive to the iPhone touch system. [more]


GestureTek Wins Overall Mobile Innovation Global Award


Mobile Innovation Global Award GestureTek took top honors at the GSMA’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona for its popular gestural user interface and gesture-driven mobile gaming and navigation engine. [more]

GestureTek and Telefonica Announce Strategic Partnership and Investment Agreement


Telefonica With Telefonica’s investment in GestureTek, the companies will jointly pursue new markets and commercial applications for gesture user interfaces in the mobile sector, as well as embedded software opportunities on strategic platforms. [more]


GestureTek Mobile Announces Windows Mobile Support


Logos GestureTek expanded its reach to over 50 million handsets with EyeMo availability on Windows Mobile and BREW handsets (including Verizon, Alltel and Cellular South).  Also completed are Symbian native support and OTA Java support on Series 60 devices. [more]




GestureTek Mobile’s Gesture Recognition Technology Embedded in NTT DoCoMo Phones

DoCoMo The GestureTek/DoCoMo relationship began with the release of two EyeMo-embedded handsets embedded in early 2007.  Today, more than 150 motion-sensing games and applications are available on the DoCoMo network on an array of handsets. [more]




EyeMo Enables 3D Tilt-A-World, the First Motion-Controlled 3D Mobile Game

IGN Awards

3D Tilt-A-World is a unique action-puzzler that sends players through several polygonal mazes in a challenging race against time.  This groundbreaking mobile game hit the market in 2006 on Verizon VCAST phones, winning multiple awards upon launch. [more] [how to get]



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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