Monday, January 12, 2015

Consumer Reports Tests Car Gesture Control at CES 2015

Consumer Reports publishes an article on BMW, Volkswagen, and Visteon (Ford) gesture control systems presented at CES 2015. The general conclusion is that gesture control "looks cool, but not always better."

1 comment:

  1. I assume there's a way to shut all of this off for drivers and/or passengers that talk with their hands? If my wife was in the car and having a conversation with me or even with someone via her mobile phone, the sunroof would open and close multiple times, the radio station would change multiple times, and she would have adjusted the temperature on both sides of the car multiple times!


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