If Gideon Shmuel gets his way, you'll soon be waving your arms and pointing your fingers at your TV, phone, tablet, and PC.
As chief executive of EyeSight Mobile Technologies, Shmuel is promoting the idea of gesture recognition, in which sensors detect your body's motions and do things like open an app or change channels. The best example of gesture recognition is Microsoft's Kinect game controller, but EyeSight wants to bring gesture recognition to all the electronic devices in a person's life.
Eyesight, an Israeli company, is in the midst of dramatic change to electronics interfaces. … Read more