Siggraph 2012: Communicate with Everyone and Everything Using g-speak
g-speak provides a way to communicate with multiple machines, displays and users using hand gestures
By Jeremiah Karpowicz | August 13, 2012
At Siggraph 2012, Tom Armbruster from Oblong Industries took the time to talk to us about g-speak, which is a gestural interface system that provides a means to communicate with multiple machines, multiple displays and multiple users using hand gestures. They work to bring any device, user or system together to allow effortless collaboration.
Oblong makes the unequaled power of the spatial operating environment available in a variety of forms. These include turnkey products for enabling collaborative and distributed workspaces, the g-speak SDK, installed development systems at several scales, and custom development services.
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