If two hands are better than one, then two hand-tracking SDKs must be better than one as well.

After uSens announced its Hand Tracking SDK at the Augmented World Expo in Santa Clara on Thursday, ManoMotion unveiled the latest version of its own SDK. Both technologies give apps the ability to track hand gestures with just a smartphone camera.

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ManoMotion SDK 2.0 brings support for skeleton tracking, a capability the company demonstrated in Aug. 2017, whereas earlier versions of the SDK only tracked core points, such as fingertips and the center of the palm. In case you were wondering… more

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