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Reinventing Tiny Interfaces for Ubiquitous Digital Interaction

In case you missed yesterday's #tinyMLTalks it's now already available on our YouTube channel. "#Mudra: Reinventing Tiny Interfaces for Ubiquitous Digital Interaction" by Leeor Langer and Oleksandr Pirotskiy from Wearable Devices Ltd As our digital life extends across more devices – smartphones, smartwatches, mixed reality headsets, and more – the need for intuitive and adaptive interfaces has never been greater. Furthermore, spatial computing applications based on natural human gesture classification demand substantial energy, both for imaging sensors and classifier computation. Mudra, fashioned as a flexible strap, melds biopotential sensors with an Integrated Measurement Unit (IMU). Positioned strategically on the wrist, a pivotal touch-point on our body, facilitates a novel neural interface with low power requirements. This wearable replaces traditional interaction mediums, such as a mouse or touchpad, broadening the spectrum of touchless digital interaction. This presentation details some of the design aspects of Mudra. We will outline the capabilities of bio-potential sensing, examine aspects of our data acquisition techniques and explain classification methodologies employed for both embedded and mobile applications. Special attention will be given to software integration within the Apple ecosystem.


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