If you have a bunch of apps and games that need gesture control for you to play them properly, then you might be interested in check out the ZKOO. First of all, it is not pronounced as zuh-koo, but zee-koo, and it is touted as the world’s most responsive and accurate hand gesture tracking camera. According to its Kickstartercrowdfunding page, it is able to deliver High-Speed Vision technology towards the room where you place it in. In doing so, you, your friends, and your family will be able to experience a fun and a unique new way in playing and interacting with hundreds of your existing apps and games.
The ZKOO is Pronounced Zee-Koo
The ZKOO is able to work with the Windows platform, specifically speaking that of the 7, 8, and 10 platforms. Furthermore, it will also work with a lot of devices bearing the Android operating system, which even includes the Google Nexus 6 and the Nvidia Shield Tablet. Other features include a low latency (or fast), accurate, and robust gesture tracking experience, as well as letting you use your hands to type words directly onto your device’s screen without the use of a keyboard, mouse, or remote. Another functionality is the use of simple gestures that will translate to using “Air Touch” controls. What does this mean? It basically means that you can play and interact with your existing mobile apps and games in a rather unique fashion.
So what are the apps and games that the ZKOO Gesture Camera can work with? It can work with Google+, Wikipedia, Facebook, Google Chrome, Clash of Clans, Angry Birds, Microsoft Powerpoint for Mobile, YouTube, Google Photos, Crossy Road, Amazon, Candy Crush, Mozille Firefox, and so much more. With the use of this camera, it gives you the ability to use your hands in controlling these apps and games without having to rely on a remote or other peripheral.
In order to set the ZKOO up, you would just have to plug the accompanying USB cable into your Windows-powered computer, or a device powered by the Android operating system, or through your TV’s HDMI port, and that’s about it. There are some settings that you might want to tweak once basic installation is accomplished, but these do depend on your personal preferences. Furthermore, with its rather small form factor, it might not be too much of a problem for you to search for a space on your desk for you to place the device.
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