Microsoft Research has developed a new gesture-based motion controller that makes use of the Doppler effect to detect in-air gestures done around the device. The project is called SoundWave and what’s particularly interesting about it is that it doesn’t need any additional hardware in order to work.  Read the full story at ZDNet

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