Every industry, from automotive, to health, to architecture, to gaming, will be changed by virtual and augmented reality. Every human being will use gesture control and voice control in the near future. Our TechLab offers a variety of new technologies that enable the participants of our workshops to experience the digital change live. Latest trends such as artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality or 3-D printing can be experienced.
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Wearable technology is on the rise in both personal and business use. In the consumer space, sales of smart wristbands (activity trackers) started accelerating in 2013. Smartwatches are a second high-profile sector and while wearable devices have been around for years, it has only started gaining mass market attention with the introduction of new models by Samsung and later by Apple. In healthcare, wearables have long been used, for example in detecting health disorders such as sleep apnea. The readiness using wearables in this context is already relatively high.
So it’s about understanding the user and its needs in the specific context.
A voice command device (VCD) is a device controlled by means of the human voice. By removing the need to use buttons, dials and switches, or any kind of visual or physical interface, users can easily operate appliances with their hands full or while doing other tasks.
Nowadays VCDs are speaker-independent, so they can respond to multiple voices, regardless of accent or dialectal influences. They are also capable of responding to several commands at once, separating vocal messages, and providing appropriate feedback, accurately imitating a natural conversation.
Gesture recognition is the ability to recognise and interpret movements of the human body in order to interact with and control a computer system without direct physical contact. The term “natural user interface” is becoming commonly used to describe these interface systems, reflecting the general lack of any intermediate devices between the user and the system.
Gesture recognition, along with facial recognition, voice recognition, eye tracking and lip movement recognition are components of what developers refer to as a perceptual user interface (PUI). The goal of PUI is to enhance the efficiency and ease of use for the underlying logical design of a stored program, a design discipline known as usability.
The new industrial revolution enables individuals to realise physical objects based on their imagination, first time in history, using 3D printing technology. This domain of the production of any objects in large numbers, remained to big corporation with trained specialists so far. Through the de-globalised distribution channels of production facilities or rather products can be directly produced by the end user. Rather, it is possible to work due to the global networking through the internet on projects together and produce directly.
The technological change and increasing efficiency in the production of 3D printers and the associated potential cost saving opportunities, is largely responsible for extending interest for 3D printing technologies in the private sector, by virtue of falling cost of purchase.
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