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Asia-Pacific Gesture Recognition & Touchless Sensing Market Worth $4.18 Billion by 2018
Date:4/23/2013

n on November 20th, 2010. The popularity of the device has caught the attention of the OEMs in the region. The region has witnessed significant number of product launches since then. For instance, Pantech, a South Korean smartphone OEM, has launched Pantech Vega LTE smartphone which is integrated with 2D camera based technology. Sony Corporation (Japan) launched Sony Xperia Sola that works on the capacitive technology through its floating touch feature. Few other OEMs who have come out with commercial products are Samsung Electronics (South Korea), Fujitsu Limited (Japan), and Micromax (India) among many others. The growing demand for consumer electronics like smartphones and tablets provides a huge potential for asia-pacific gesture recognition market.

The report is segmented by technology, application, product and country. These segments have been further divided into further segment. The technology segment has been segmented into 2D camera based, infrared sensor arrays, capacitive/electric near field, ultrasonic and 3D technologies including stereoscopic, structured lighting, and 3D time-of-flight.

The touchless sensing market statistics are given by products, application and country. The broad markets of touchless sanitary equipment and touchless biometrics have been segmented by the various products. These include Faucets, Soap Dispenser, Trash-Can, Paper Towel, Flushes, and Hand Dryer for sanitary equipment and Fingerprint, Iris Recognition, Face Recognition, and Voice Recognition for touchless biometrics.

The application segmentation of the market covers all the major applications like consumer electronics, healthcare, retail, automobile and others (automation and home appliances) in de
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