FCC Approves Google project for touch-free motion sensor

Google is testing new radar motion sensor technology that allows users to operate devices without actually touching anything. The company calls it as the Project Soli, and it functions via radar signals. According to Android Authority, the project has now approved by FCC.

FCC Approves Google project for touch-free motion sensor

The technology seems similar to the wave gestures on the Galaxy S4 past in 2013. The truth is that the Korean company implemented camera sensory, while Google’s concept works on radar sensitivity. Well, the technology reads all kinds of hand gestures in the air. The basis for FCC to support the examination of such technology is using higher frequencies.

Reports say, Google wanted to use the technology within the 57 to 64 GHz band but at a limited capacity. The technology may even help in weather forecasting in Aeroplanes. With that said, the project aims more than operating devices without touching them. The project may have a bright future, and we are looking forward to more advancements in it.