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Human–machine interfaces

Integrated devices that can recognize hand gestures

A skin-conformable system that is worn on the finger, and integrates optical sensors with memristors, can accurately classify finger-written inputs in three-dimensional space.

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Fig. 1: Human–machine interfaces for finger-writing motion recognition in three-dimensional space.


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Shin, C., Ng, T.N. Integrated devices that can recognize hand gestures. Nat Electron 6, 555–556 (2023).

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