New Vision Display (NVD), a Shenzhen, China-based company, has announced the release of its 3D Gesture Touch sensor feature based on Microchip’s patented GestIC technology. 3D Gesture Touch allows users to interact with a device using simple hand gestures a short distance from the screen. No physical contact is required.
NVD can achieve both 2D and 3D Gesture Touch functionality in a single device, an excellent solution for automobile infotainment centers, smart home electronics, and medical devices, as well as public displays where disease transmission is a concern. The ability to sense 3D hand gestures elevates the end-user experience and breaks new ground in the world of interactive display design.
“The introduction of the 3D Gesture Touch technology is another example of NVD’s continual innovation of next generation touch screen solutions,” said Shahna Kothapally, NVD’s vice president of engineering. “We’re excited to advance our product offerings for the world’s top OEMs, as the use cases for such a technology are enormous.”