Some of RHLvision’s products include TIOT (Touchless Interface For Operation Theater), a gesture based touch-less display that can be installed inside the Operation Theaters to help doctors navigate through patients records with hand gestures from upto a distance of 4 meters.
The startup raised the funding three months ago, and plans to use the newly raised fund for developing a wearable gesture interface, the report by techcircle.in said.
Their other product Fin is a wearable device that can convert the wearers palm into a gesture interface in order to interact with digital devices like a TV using hand gestures.
RHLvision, founded by Rohildev in 2012, develops on Robotic Human Logic technologies like Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence for intelligent personal computers, Touchless and Wearable Computing, Augmented Reality, Natural User Interface.
Mumbai based startup Trutech also has developed a gesture based platform for users to interact with digital devices. The Fluid Motion platform, that demoed at Unpluggd, is a hand gesture recognition platform that will allow you to control your computer and other hardware using hand gestures with no external devices attached to your hand.
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