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Interactive Display Engine
MicroVision’s technology enables customers to create a more natural user experience for smart speakers connected to AI platforms by adding sight, touch, and gesture to existing voice interactions. CES attendees can witness various AI smart speakers use case demonstrations for MicroVision’s Interactive Display, brought to life with multi-point touch and mid-air gesture interactions.
The company’s Interactive Display provides an integrated solution for projected display and interactivity in a single module, including hardware, software, and machine learning at the edge.
A working demonstration of an end product concept that is enabled by MicroVision’s embedded interactive display engine can be viewed here.
Setting the bar for a new class of compact, mid-range, smart depth sensors,
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