Computer Interaction Using Body as Input Source: Skinput

4 March 2010 By Shashank

body-machine interaction tech

This new way of interactive technology using the body as an Input Source was showcased at the Microsoft Annual TechFest event recently held in Redmond. This muscle-computer interface technology uses wearable bio-acoustic sensors that analyzes the mechanical vibrations while we tap fingers on the skin, which are then used as an input command.

Skinput Sensor: Wearable Armband



Skinput: Interact with computers using your body – Video

This video explains the Skinput technology and its various applications.

Learn more at Microsoft Research

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