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Sony wants you to stop touching (or talking to) your car’s infotainment system

06/01/2017

SoftKinetic, a Belgian company acquired by Sony last year, allowed me to demo some of the impressive sensor technology it’s adding (...)
SoftKinetic, a Belgian company acquired by Sony last year, allowed me to demo some of the impressive sensor technology it’s adding to current-model BMW 5 and 7 series cars. What is it? Sony’s depth-tracking sensor allows you to interact with your car in a completely intuitive way, without actually needing to touch anything on your dash or repeat yourself when toying with voice commands. Instead, its recent acquisition, SoftKinetic, has developed an amazing sensor that uses gesture control to plot routes, look for directions, and control in-dash items like climate and entertainment options. Rather than relying on sensors — an… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Sony SoftKinetic, a Belgian company acquired by Sony last year, allowed me to demo some of the impressive sensor technology it’s adding to current-model BMW 5 and 7 series cars. What is it? Sony’s depth-tracking sensor allows you to interact with your car in a completely intuitive way, without actually needing to touch anything on your dash or repeat yourself when toying with voice commands. Instead, its recent acquisition, SoftKinetic, has developed an amazing sensor that uses gesture control to plot routes, look for directions, and control in-dash items like climate and entertainment options. Rather than relying on sensors — an… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Sony
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