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Bosch invests in gesture chip firm

9/5/2011 11:42 AM EDT
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yalanand
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yalanand   9/6/2011 5:35:31 AM
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Wow 3D gesture sensor is really cool idea. This will throw up new applications which can never be achieved through 2D gesture sensors. Way to go Bosch.

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p_g   9/6/2011 2:37:46 AM
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certainly gesture recognition is upcoming hot thing in market. I saw the company products and the most amazing one is Gesture cube. Could be next big thing...

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GREAT-Terry   9/6/2011 1:30:57 AM
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Why Bosch has interest on this consumer oriented technology? I wonder if this is related to any of their mainstream business. BTW, gesture recognition is a good technology to invest.

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