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According to AndroidAuthority, Samsung will implement a Gesture Based Non Contact User Interface Display on its Next Flagship Samsung Galaxy S IV.


Samsung has selected Atmel's new maXTouch Series Touch for Samsung Galaxy SIV, which will provide superior performance with less power consumption, with this technology, instead of reaching over to touch screen, you can operate the phone with gesture controls.


In the past Pantech Vega also used recognition technology developed by eyesight mobile technologies. In this phone, the front camera act as sensor for the gestures, But there was major drawback in this phone as this consumes a lot of power.


This technology will be new in the Samsung Galaxy S4, it opens up a lot of possibilities down the road. Since this hasn't been confirmed by Samsung just yet, this is nothing more than a good rumor, but after hearing this, I really looking forward to actually see the device in person.


See below video on Xperia sola with floating touch.


Source:AndroidAuthority

 



Samsung is apparently following on Samsung S4's eye monitoring technology with additional features that may be introduced in Galaxy S5, together with a mind movement tracker.


Samsung Galaxy has filed a Europe patent detailing its new innovation that may track mind actions for example nodding.


The patent application filed by Samsung revealed an invention able to controlling a wise phone via mind monitoring utilizing a front-face camera.  However, the patent doesn't indicate regarding when or in which the technology is going to be used, Cnet reported.


Based on reports, the patent application was filed in This summer, right after the organization launched Galaxy S4, showing the innovation could participate an R&D iteration cycle.


The document indicates the innovation will enable customers to function their Samsung wise phones through gestures just like a nod, eye movements, or even a pronounced eyebrow.


Lately, a Samsung executive at CES had pointed out that the organization was focusing on its eye-checking technology but, it wasn't revealed if the technology could be on Galaxy S5.



 


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