Gesture Recognition Soccer Game Demo

In this demonstration, Product Manager Ravi Satya shows a gaming scenario that utilizes several components within the Snapdragon processor, including the camera, CPU, GPU, and a wide range of sensors. Collectively, they can track a number of things that include head movement, facial recognition, and hand engagement. Satya demonstrates how Snapdragon empowers devices to take gaming to the next level.

Publish Date: Aug 3, 2012

Length: 1:19

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