NewsWatch demonstrates Hauoli's motion tracking use cases and demo applications that can be obtained on this website!
Professor Qiu has discovered through her research an acoustic-based tracking technique, which accurately tracks hands and other dexterous implements with no need for extra hardware.
[Hauoli has] created motion tracking that works for VR and they have built that on top of their vast experience in motion tracking devices built for other applications like conventional video games, drones, wearables, and even cars.
Hauoli, a young Austin-based startup demoing at SXSW, has something different in mind. It's developed a way to track virtual objects with sound. The solution is entirely software based and works with just about any speaker...
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