Gesture-Sensing RC Stunt Car
Technically speaking, gesture recognition refers to a computer science and language technology with the goal of interpreting human gestures via mathematical algorithms. We’ve seen this used in video games, security systems, computers, and now, remote-controlled cars. One of the earliest examples of wired gloves for the consumer market is the Nintendo Power Glove, released in 1989. This stunt car uses a gesture-sensing watch of sorts. Read more to see it in-action.

This 4WD stunt car comes equipped with unique roller-traction tires, making it a durable rock crawler capable of tackling any terrain, including sand, grass, dirt, rocks and more. You can do extreme 360-degree tumbling spins, double-sided rolls or just go for a spirited drive. It features two rechargeable 6V batteries and a 2-hour charge is good for 50-65 minutes of use. The gesture sensor features a rechargeable 100mAh battery.

Powerextra RC Stunt Car, 4WD 2.4GHz Remote Control Gesture Sensor
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Powerextra RC Stunt Car, 4WD 2.4GHz Remote Control Gesture Sensor
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