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D. Gokila | P. Kiruthika


D. Gokila | P. Kiruthika "Touch Less Touch Screen Technology" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-4, June 2019, pp.1113-1116, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd21737.pdf

It was the touch screens which initially created a great outbreak. Gone are the days when you have to fiddle with the touch screens and end grazing up. Touch screen displays are pervasive worldwide. Frequent touching a touchscreen display with a pointing device such as a finger or if there is any scratch caused due to major problems can result in the gradual de-sensitization of the touchscreen to input and can ultimately lead to blip of the touchscreen. To avoid this, a simple user interface for Touchless control of electrically operated equipment is being developed. Elliptic Labs innovative technology lets you control your apparatuses like Computers, MP3 players or mobile phones without touching them. A simple user interface for Touchless control of electrically operated equipment. Unlike other systems which depend on distance to the sensor or sensor selection this system depends on hand and or finger motions, a hand wave in a certain direction, or a riffle of the hand in one area, or holding the hand in one area or pointing with one finger for example. The device is based on optical pattern recognition using a solid state optical matrix sensor with a lens to detect hand motions. This sensor is then connected near to a digital image processor, which interprets the patterns of motion and outputs the results as signals to control fixtures, appliances, machinery, or any device well-regulated concluded electrical signals.

Technology, Display, Screen, and Touch

Volume-3 | Issue-4, June 2019
IJTSRD | www.ijtsrd.com | E-ISSN 2456-6470
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