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CEATEC 2012: Tiny sensor allows gesture control of tablets, phones

CEATEC 2012: Tiny sensor allows gesture control of tablets, phones

Japan's Murata Manufacturing has developed a tiny sensor that, if embedded in a computer or tablet device, allows the user to swipe and zoom without touching the display panel.

Japan's Murata Manufacturing has developed a tiny sensor that, if embedded in a computer or tablet device, allows the user to swipe and zoom without touching the display panel.

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