Quipt is a gesture-based control software that facilitates new, more intuitive ways to communicate with industrial robots. Using wearable markers and a motion capture system, Quipt gives industrial robots basic spatial behaviors for interacting closely with people.
Reverb is a context-aware 3D modeling environment that lets you design ready-to-print wearables around your own body. Reverb uses in techniques computer vision, digital design, and digital fabrication to translate your real-world hand gestures into intricate geometry that can be immediately printed and worn on the body.
Tactum is an augmented modeling tool that lets you design 3D printed wearables directly on your body. It uses depth sensing and projection mapping to detect and display touch gestures on the skin. A person can simply touch, poke, rub, or pinch the geometry projected onto their arm to customize ready-to-print, ready-to-wear forms.