Theres been significant achievements over the decades
in how to wreck a nice beach. I propose we stop doing that,
its fine, and start doing this: Hand recognition.
There may be two modes intro and extro whereby the
hands are recognised and what they're doing is recognised
on the person (intro) or on the device (extro).
Each persons hand is quite different, and there are some
specific hand types, into which people can be classified and
discriminated against, I mean, differentiated. It should be
possible to recognise a person by their hand shape and
format, in a room with several people in (hopefully not all
Further less, it would be possible to track actions, motions
and signals from the hand to act as a user interface, for VR
anything (Im assuming VR will become everything soon), in
the way that research and implementations are already
ongoing (i.e. the Kinect interfacing etc.).
The novel thing is having an intro device on ones own
to interpret ones own hand signalling and differentiate it
from other hands caught in sight, and also to have
differentiation between people by recognising which hands
belong to which owner.