Berlin-based hardware company Senic has developed Flow, a wireless controller that allows user to interact with computer via hand gesture recognition, sensitive touch and haptics. Utilizing more than 1,000 accuracy points for precise feedback, the Flow is a cross between a small touchpad, a Kinect-like motion controller, and a dial, allowing a wide range of streamlined actions requiring full use of hand muscles. Designed with the needs of digital creatives in mind, the Flow allows programmable shortcuts in over 30 of the most popular digital applications such as Photoshop, Illustrator and Rhino 3D, as well as lifestyle applications like iTunes, YouTube and gaming.
Flow currently seeking funding on Indiegogo.
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