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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. 166

    Towards a Theory of Trust in Networks of Humans and Computers

  2. 167

    Computation Challenges for Creating Autonomous Systems

  3. 168

    Divide-and-Conquer and Statistical Inference for Big Data

  4. 169

    New Directions in Computer Science

  5. 170

    The Pipeline from Computing Research to Surprising Inventions

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    Microsoft Research and the Evolution of Computing

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    Systems Biology: Where Computer Science, Engineering and Biology Meet

  14. 179

    Battling Tuberculosis Using Microsoft Technology

  15. 180

    Transforming Computer Interaction with Natural User Interfaces

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    Introducing Project Naiad and Differential Dataflow

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    Speech Recognition Breakthrough for the Spoken, Translated Word

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

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    Gender, Competitiveness and Career Choices

  22. 187

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

  23. 188

    Predicting and Understanding the 2012 Election

  24. 189

    Why Research Matters

  25. 190

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

  26. 191

    Opportunities for the Future of Computer Research

  27. 192

    Predictions, Decisions, and Intelligence in the Open World

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    Artificial Intelligence Drives Oren Etzioni's Passion

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    How Women Help Influence Technology

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

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    TILT: Rectify everything you see

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    Crunching Big Data

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    Security Research: a look back and a look ahead

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    Leadership and service

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    Doing Service

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    Supporting Diversity

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    Theory and practice

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    Advice that made a difference

  83. 248

    Learn from failure

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    Stretch into the unknown

  85. 250

    Surround yourself with geniuses

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    Top down and bottom up

  87. 252

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  89. 254

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

  90. 255

    SCS 2012 - Carrie Mae Rose

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    SCS 2012 - Brady Forrest

  92. 257

    SCS 2012 - Clay Shirky

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