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Digits Hand Tracker: Freehand 3D Computer Interaction Without Gloves

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Published on Oct 8, 2012

Digits, a wrist-worn gloveless sensor developed by Microsoft Research in Cambridge, U.K., enables 3-D computer interaction in any environment and is practical beyond computer gaming. Please find the video with more technical details here: http://research.microsoft.com/apps/vi...

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  1. 151

    Towards a Theory of Trust in Networks of Humans and Computers

  2. 152

    Computation Challenges for Creating Autonomous Systems

  3. 153

    Divide-and-Conquer and Statistical Inference for Big Data

  4. 154

    New Directions in Computer Science

  5. 155

    The Pipeline from Computing Research to Surprising Inventions

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    Microsoft Research and the Evolution of Computing

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    BLINK for Windows Phone 8 Tutorial

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    Try F# - A New Wave of Education and Research

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    Announcing the launch of the new Try F#

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    Get to know the Microsoft Research New England Lab

  11. 161

    IllumiRoom Projects Images Beyond Your TV for an Immersive Gaming Experience

  12. 162

    Computing at School - Interview with Simon Peyton-Jones

  13. 163

    Systems Biology: Where Computer Science, Engineering and Biology Meet

  14. 164

    Battling Tuberculosis Using Microsoft Technology

  15. 165

    Transforming Computer Interaction with Natural User Interfaces

  16. 166

    Fire App Fights Wildfires with Data

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    FaST-LMM and Windows Azure Put Genetics Research on Faster Track

  18. 168

    Introducing Project Naiad and Differential Dataflow

  19. 169

    Speech Recognition Breakthrough for the Spoken, Translated Word

  20. Digits Hand Tracker: Freehand 3D Computer Interaction Without Gloves

  21. 171

    Gender, Competitiveness and Career Choices

  22. 172

    Pen-and-Touch Interaction for Touch-Screen Displays of All Sizes

  23. 173

    Predicting and Understanding the 2012 Election

  24. 174

    Why Research Matters

  25. 175

    Jeannette Wing: Microsoft's Industrial Research Lab Support Is Key

  26. 176

    Opportunities for the Future of Computer Research

  27. 177

    Predictions, Decisions, and Intelligence in the Open World

  28. 178

    Artificial Intelligence Drives Oren Etzioni's Passion

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    KinÊtre: A Novel Way To Bring Computer Animations To Life

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    Kodu: Mars Edition

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    Natural User Interface (NUI): Pervasive Computing Is on Its Way

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    Learn How Microsoft is Supporting the Sit With Me Campaign

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    Cross disciplinary borders

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    How Women Help Influence Technology

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    Microsoft Research - Women in Computer Science: Siân Lindley

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    Microsoft Research - Women in Computer Science: Jasmin Fisher

  37. 187

    Shedding Light on Code Clones in Software Development

  38. 188

    The War on Error: Failure, Fun, and the Future

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    TILT: Rectify everything you see

  40. 190

    Crunching Big Data

  41. 191

    Security Research: a look back and a look ahead

  42. 192

    Microsoft Research - Women in Computer Science: Abigail Sellen

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    Enjoying the Learning with Research

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    Become a Time Traveler with ChronoZoom

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    Opportunities for the Future of Computer Research

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    Wikipedia on TV-DVD for Low-Income Communities

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    Stratus: Energy-efficient mobile communication using cloud support

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    Understand Through Teaching

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    Enabling Concurrent Dual Views on Common LCD Screens

  50. 200

    LightGuide: Projected Visualizations for Hand Movement Guidance

  51. 201

    SoundWave: Using the Doppler Effect to Sense Gestures

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    Humantenna: Using the Body as an Antenna for Real-Time Whole-Body Interaction

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    MirageTable: Freehand Interaction on a Projected Augmented Reality Tabletop

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    Embrace Computing

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    High-Fidelity Facial-Animation Capturing

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    New Experiences in Search

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    Cliplets: Juxtaposing Still and Dynamic Imagery

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    FetchClimate! Building a Geographical Web Service

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    Applied Sciences Group: High Performance Touch

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    Wearable Multitouch Projector

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    Gesture Recognition with Next-Generation Webcam

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    Applied Sciences Group: Interactive Displays: Telepresence using Wedge Technology

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    Shake 'n' Sense

  69. 219

    Lifebrowser

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    Applied Sciences Group: Interactive Displays: Seeing Displays

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    Applied Sciences Group: Interactive Displays: Behind the Screen Overlay Interactions

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    Microsoft Translator Hub: Translation by Everyone for Everyone

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    Illumishare

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    Holoflector

  75. 225

    Data Visualization Reaches New Heights with Layerscape

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    Role models and inspiration

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    Mentor, empower, and share the credit

  78. 228

    Leadership and service

  79. 229

    Doing Service

  80. 230

    Supporting Diversity

  81. 231

    Theory and practice

  82. 232

    Advice that made a difference

  83. 233

    Learn from failure

  84. 234

    Stretch into the unknown

  85. 235

    Surround yourself with geniuses

  86. 236

    Top down and bottom up

  87. 237

    Know the whole stack

  88. 238

    Know Thyself

  89. 239

    SCS 2012 - Leah Buechlev "technology, DIY, gender, & fashion"

  90. 240

    SCS 2012 - Carrie Mae Rose

  91. 241

    SCS 2012 - Brady Forrest

  92. 242

    SCS 2012 - Clay Shirky

  93. 243

    SCS 2012 - Wael Abbas "Social Media"

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    SCS 2012 - Keiichi Matsuda

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    SCS 2012 - Chris Lindland "Conversational Clothing"

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    SCS 2012 - Danny O'Brien "public private secret alone"

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