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华为Mate9携手Qeexo指关节技术

Qeexo公司扩大其指关节应用平台,并不断提升触控设备的用户体验。

荣耀8美国发布,FingerSense首次进入美国市场

Qeexo的开创性触控交互体验现已向美国用户开放。

Qeexo FingerSense触屏技术在华为旗舰智能机上实现首秀

华为在旗舰智能手机P8和荣耀7上采用Qeexo FingerSense技术,用户通过指关节手势便可实现诸多强大的新功能

Qeexo Launches TouchTools, Virtual Tools for Smart Devices

First-of-its-kind technology allows users to intuitively summon virtual tools, reinventing the way people interact with touchscreen devices.

Qeexo, Leader in Human-Computer Interaction Technologies, Secures $4.5 Million in Series B Funding to Drive Aggressive Expansion

Qeexo Attracts Funding from Prominent New Investors KTB Network and Inventec, who Join Series A Investors Sierra Ventures and Danhua Capital.

Qeexo and Alibaba's YunOS to Bring Powerful New Touch Capabilities to YunOS Devices

Qeexo Expands Its FingerSense Platform to YunOS, Continuing to Revolutionize the Way People Interact With Mobile Devices.

Qeexo Closes $2.3 Million in Series A Funding

Sierra Ventures Leads Round to Bring FingerSense Technology to Market, Elevating the User Experience of Mobile Devices Using Intelligent Touch Technology.

其他报道

手指智慧:另一种手机智能

"随着人工智能不断改变我们与手机的交互方式,Qeexo公司旨在革新触屏技术使之更加友好。"

黑科技:让你的手机不止听手指的话

"多指触控手机已经出现十年,我们是否应该有更多触控方式?"

荣耀8评测:仅需iPhone或三星一半价格的华丽双摄旗舰机

"以提供新交互方法作为创新点的公司非常有创造力。"

This new gesture software could be the future of multitouch

""With TouchTools, users can access virtual tools with a gesture, including a tape measure, ruler, magnifying glass, camera, pen, and eraser.""

Multitouch is about to get more advanced thanks to Qeexo

"No extra hardware needed for these more intuitive multitouch gestures"

Qeexo Conjures Virtual Tools With Natural Gestures

"It was a super slick demo that made me grin, just like all the best tech innovations should."

Here’s What Real 3D Touch Looks Like

"By measuring a finger’s angle relative to the screen’s surface, the phone is able to register the x- and y-rotation of a touch. This opens a whole new dimension for touchscreens, and creates a richer vocabulary of interactions we can use on our ever-shrinking screens."

Qeexo Showcases Actual 3D Touch Technology

"Qeexo is a company that seems obsessed with making our interaction with our devices more intuitive and intelligent. In this demonstration, they present technology that allows an Android device’s screen to determine the yaw and pitch of the finger touching it in three dimensions. Actual 3D touch. It’s pretty incredible stuff."

A Touchscreen That Knows the Angle of Your Finger Is Way Cooler than 3D Touch

"What’s most impressive about this touchscreen that knows the exact angle of the finger touching it is that it’s the same display hardware found in every smartphone on the market right now."

Move Over 3D Touch, FingerAngle Is Way Cooler and You Don’t Need Fancy Hardware

"It’s called FingerAngle, and it can detect not only the angle of your finger, it can also detect rotations. This can be more powerful than 3D Touch in that more gestures can be created by the movement of just one finger, whereas 3D Touch is limited to how soft or hard the user is pressing."

Qeexo, the Company Behind Huawei’s Knuckle Sense, Will Revolutionize Our Touch Screen Experience

"Since the launch of the first iPhone with pinch to zoom feature, we haven’t seen much innovation when it comes to our interaction with touch screens. FingerSense aims to change that by putting different parts of our finger at work. Its like a right click option for your smartphone."

Finger, Knuckle, Nail, Or Stylus? Qeexo FingerSense Is A Really Cool Software Solution That Knows The Difference

"Qeexo allows different results from each interaction...How awesome is that? And to think that there's no special hardware required to tell the difference between 3 different parts of your finger and 2 different areas of a pen!"

Meet FingerSense, Tech Used In A Couple Of Huawei Phones

"The Huawei P8 and Huawei Honor 7, for example, ship with FingerSense technology which is built into those devices...This tech actually comes from a company called Qeexo, a company which has announced a partnership with Huawei quite recently."

Qeexo FingerSense: When taps and swipes are not enough

“The touch-based user interface is still modeled after the same tapping, swiping, pinching and rotating gestures we have all grown accustomed to. Don’t you feel this is limiting? Could we do more with our smartphone screens than just type and swipe to interact with on-screen elements?”

Tiny Startup Completely Reinvents How We Use Touchscreens

“This tiny startup has developed a new technology that can detect the difference between a fingertip, a knuckle, a fingernail, and a stylus.”

Qeexo software can tell finger touch from knuckle touch

“With this software add on a typical smart phone, the touch screen could tell if it’s a finger touch, or knuckle touch, or a stylus touch.”

Qeexo and its touchscreen software spin out of Carnegie Mellon, land $2.3M

“You can use just about any portion of your hand to initiate and control commands.”

Qeexo Raises $2.3 Million To Tell A Knuckle From A Nail

“...a feature that you probably didn’t know you wanted but now, that you think about it, sounds pretty cool.”

FingerSense Could Finally Make Touch Screens As Versatile As Desktops

“FingerSense could finally make touch screens as versatile as desktops”

Knuckle and Fingernail Gestures Could Be Coming Soon to a Touchscreen Near You

“If this takes off, it could increase the library of standard touchscreen gestures practically by an order of magnitude.”

Qeexo's FingerSense lets touchscreens listen, makes any object an input device

“While the humble touchscreen has become the standard interface for most smartphones, the folks at start-up Qeexo think things could still be improved. It's developed a technology called FingerSense that could add even more functionality.”

Knuckles and nails get invite to the touchscreen party

“For all the swiping, flicking, pinching and zooming, our interactions with touchscreens are still pretty limited. That could be about to change.”

Qeexo’s Touch Screen Tech Can Distinguish Fingernails from Knuckles

“We got used to using our fingertips to navigate their touch screens with pokes, taps, swipes, and two-finger pinches. There’s more to our fingers than just the tips, though, and a startup called Qeexo aims to take advantage of this with technology that can differentiate between fingertips, nails, and knuckles.”

Knuckle or Nail: New Touchscreen Responds to Both

“Think of it as a mouse's 'right click' option for your smart phone, only using your knuckle instead.”

CMU team creates TapSense, an improved touchscreen technology

“Up to this point, we've only been able to tap with our fingertips, but FingerSense recognizes input from other parts of the finger, allowing for a greater variety of touch responses.”