BiDi high-fly?

Bidirectional technology (BiDi) is MIT’s entry into the gesture-based computing arena. It tracks hand location and then moves on-screen objects in response to user movement. As usual, we wonder how precise the movements need to be for correct responses, or whether the sensitivity can be adjusted; worth keeping an eye on.

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