MIT researchers use Lycra gloves to create new gesture control technique


You know what’s wrong with the current state of gesture control? It is essentially devoid of cool color palettes. Researchers at MIT have noticed this and they are on currently putting their combined brain power on it. These researchers have been experimenting with color-based gesture control, using painted Lycra gloves.

Robert Wang and Jovan Popovic of MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory came up with the notion and they are currently running it through its paces. According to the research, gesture simply works better when the tech has some colors to latch on to.

Don’t believe us? Check the video below.