Google never ceases to amaze its consumers with its wide range of products and services. Be it Google Glass or its robotic cheetah, Google’s inventions fall nothing short of a sci-fi movie. This time around, the search engine giant has come up with a new interaction sensor deploying the radar technology that has the potential of capturing motions of a human finger at 10,000 framer per second. The technology appears to be so baffingly brilliant that it could regulate any device fitted to it, without the individual having to touch it.
The technology transforms human hands into a virtual dial machine that can then perform a series of tasks, right from controlling the volume of the speakers to regulating the functions on a smartwatch to performing all the functions on your smartphone. Approximately the size of the smallest component of your computer, Project Soli is all set to spearhead a new era of revolution, in the years to come.
From simple hand movements to the most complex ones, the Project Soli is capable of retaining the radar gestures at unbelieveable speeds couple with accuracy. In a nutshell, if things go the way the search engine giant plans, we shall have the future of technology on our hands, real soon.