Pretty soon, you might not even have to touch your phone’s screen to control it.
Gesture controls are all the rage right now. Over the years, we’ve seen them popping up in high end TV’s, gaming systems, and computer peripherals, so we weren’t surprised to see them at Mobile World Congress this year.
But Neonode’s proximity sensor tech is a bit different. You can’t quite call it gesture control because it doesn’t use the standard hand-waving controls you’re used to seeing. Instead, Neonode’s sensors respond to touch commands that happen on surfaces outside of your device, so it’s less like Leap Motion and more like an invisible expansion for your screen.
Check out our full post on Neonode’s proximity sensor to find out more.