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Operation gesture technology . Simulation controlling a Glass ceramic/Induction hob

Operation gesture technology . Simulation controlling a Glass ceramic/Induction hob

In previous post we have met the new gesture technology . But how does it really work?, Is it possible to see it already in operation?. The following video is a simulation of Simulator of Glass ceramic/Induction hob with Gesture control developed by AHS Technology. It shows the movements of the mouse ( yesssss, the mouse is also gestural ;-)) emulating up various functions of this would be controlled. The moves are standard and they are the same for any household new gestural device. Put video  in full screen to better enjoy the HD experience.

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Note 1: The functionality of the hob is theoretical and may result in practice resulting from different specifications or design changes.

Note 2: The video hand gestural rectangular area represents our hand making those movements in the air without touching anything absolutely. In the video you can see in detail the accuracy of this patented technology and we are beginning to market. If you are interested in applying this technology to control your device and you are manufacturer, please contact us.

Our gesture technology uses electric fields as a means of detecting movements and speeds. It do not use cameras or image processing, or photoelectric sensors, or light barriers or ultrasound sensors. Internally it features a powerful DSP for signal processing in real time, to detect micro variations in the electric field, and thus compute positions, movements and speeds. With these processed data desired movement patterns are extracted, acting and so running commands. Our gestural sensor does not generate EMI and is compatible with the highest standards on electromagnetic interference.

The shapes and sizes depend on the customer application. The minimum area ranges from 1.75cm2 to infinity of PCB (printed circuit board) housing SMD components  1.75cm2 these are the minimum area required by the electronic circuitry of the sensor. It may be flat as a mouse pad or three-dimensional shape, like a Rubik’s cube for example. (Note, the next catalogs only in Spanish, sorry for the inconvenience)

In this link you can see the catalog with pictures of a prototype gesture cube-shaped switch to embed within the household electrical holder

In this other link catalog, you can appreciate the gesture Infra Red remote control, flat as mouse pad

This post was written by:

Antonio Hurtado

- who has written 16 posts on Red Solar España | AHS Technology S.L..

I am Spanish industrial engineer, electronics engineer and programmer. CEO & Co-Founder of AHS Technology. I am currently living and working in the beautiful city of Granada, where are the company headquartered. I have worked in several companies like chips manufacturing, renewable energy and industrial automation. My skills are the production of energy from renewable sources, power electronics and multimedia technologies.

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51 Responses to “Operation gesture technology . Simulation controlling a Glass ceramic/Induction hob”

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