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Take control of your favorite robot with 3D gestures!

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SoftKinetic’s vision is to transform the way people interact with the digital world. SoftKinetic is the leading provider of gesture-based platforms for the consumer electronics and professional markets. The company offers a complete family of 3D imaging and gesture recognition solutions, including patented 3D CMOS time-of-flight sensors and cameras (DepthSense™ family of products), multi-platform and multi-camera 3D gesture recognition middleware and tools (iisu™ family of products) as well as games and applications from SoftKinetic Studios.

 

www.softkinetic.com

Vigo Universal is a multidisciplinary company which is established in Belgium. Vigo Universal consists of 6 complementary sectors including Vigo IT (information & technology) and Vigo Robotic (research and development in robotics). Vigo IT is specializing in personalized IT consultancy and development (www.vigo-it.com). Vigo Robotic is dedicated to research and development in robotics, the creation of robots, and also to customization of existing robots for events (www.vigo-robotic.com).

 

Parrot, a global leader in wireless devices for mobile phones, stands on the cutting edge of innovation. Parrot has developed the most extensive range of hands-free systems on the market for cars. Its globally recognized expertise in the fields of mobile connectivity and multimedia around Smartphones has positioned Parrot as a key player of in-car infotainment.

Additionally, Parrot designs and markets an exclusive ‘Parrot by’ range, consisting of a prestigious line of high-end wireless multimedia products in collaboration with some of the world’s most well-renowned artists; and the AR.Drone, the first quadricopter piloted via wi-fi and using augmented reality.