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Gesture Control

Pinch, Swipe, Twist, Grip, and Punch Your Way through Your Organisation’s Digital World

Gesture control technology is a computer sensor device that supports input from hand and finger motions—no contact or touching required.


Gesture control gives people inspiring new ways to engage with your brand inside and out. When it comes to eLearning, this technology boosts active participation and gives disabled trainees alternative, more manageable ways of interacting with your training programmes.


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