Purdue spinoff commercializes new design tool that helps users create computer-generated shapes without using a mouse
February 17, 2015
A Purdue innovation that enables people to use a new class of hands-free, gesture-based 3D modeling software is being commercialized by Zero UI, a Cupertino, California-based company that specializes in 3D modeling technology.
The technology, called Handy-Potter, addresses the complexity and limitations of conventional computer-aided-design (CAD) tools used to create geometric shapes.
Handy-Potter uses a Kinectdepth-sensing camera with advanced software algorithms to interpret hand movements… read more