There’s still hope for Google’s gesture-sensing radar tech, Project Soli.
The project, which Google first proved off in 2015, applies a mix of radar and sensors to originate gesticulate controllers for everyday objects. So instead of controlling a smartwatch by tapping on a flaunt, for example, you are able rapidly scratch or sounds your digits together.
The product of Google’s reticent Advanced Technology and Projects( ATAP) laboratory, Google has tantalized a few examples over the years, but hasn’t said much about Soli publicly since its -lsb- updating at Google I/ O in 2016.
But now we know the project are alive. Despite its relative stillnes over the last two years, Google has been working behind the scenes to get FCC approval in order to measure its sensors at higher power levels than what’s currently let. That dispensation has already had been granted, with the FCC establishing Soli its sign-off last week in a filing that was first spotted by Reuters. Read more …
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