Touche Disney, touche. Disney surprised everyone recently when it pulled an advanced touch-sensing technology out of its hat. Far from its usual colorful ventures, Touche — the French word for “touched” — applies gesture control to inanimate objects, liquids and our own bodies, giving users touchscreen-like control.

In one potential application of the model, users could control their mobile phone or music with touch commands on their hands or body. Need to turn up the volume on your iPod or iPhone? Just tap two fingers on your open palm.

While normal touchscreens accept commands through electronic frequency, Touche has the ability to recognize complex gestures, each of which register distinct electrical signatures.Touche uses “swept frequency capacitive sensing” to recognize both simple and complex configurations of the hand and body.

Watch technology below :


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