Atlas Gloves is basically a DIY hand-gesture interface for Google Earth. The system consists of “a pair of illuminating gloves that can be used to track intuitive hand gestures like grabbing, pulling, reaching and rotating.” Video after the jump. Download the software here.

A small camera attached to a computer translates each LED-enabled gesture into a set of possible actions: pan, zoom, rotate and tilt. The video tracking functionality is written within the Processing programming framework

[via Make]

Second video here.

Atlas Gloves is basically a DIY hand-gesture interface for Google Earth. The system consists of “a pair of illuminating gloves that can be used to track intuitive hand gestures like grabbing, pulling, reaching and rotating.” Video after the jump. Download the software here.

A small camera attached to a computer translates each LED-enabled gesture into a set of possible actions: pan, zoom, rotate and tilt. The video tracking functionality is written within the Processing programming framework

[via Make]

Second video here.