10 January 2013 19:15 | By Richard Yarrow
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Gesture recognition control system from Harman



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Gesture recognition control system from Harman

Want to turn the car radio volume up? Simply hold your hand over a sensor and raise your arm. To mute the music '€˜double tap' over it. Tech firm Harman believes gesture recognition is the way forward when it comes to how drivers control all the new features coming to their cars.

The company believes that to be safe motorists need to keep their eyes on the road ahead for as much time as possible, and a quick wave of the hand will help do that.

Harman is working with a number of car companies to get this innovation into new vehicles and while bosses won'€™t say who its clients are, gesture recognition is going to be available €probably as an option€“ within a couple of years.

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