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GestureTek/Imagination Launch AirPoint, World's First Hand-Tracking Unit, for Shell Group.
Date:12/19/2007

s showrooms, presentation centers, conference rooms, boardrooms and offices, the system is powerful enough for any large trade show, exhibit or public display. AirPoint interfaces with any sized screen, delivering precise computer control regardless of its distance from the display. Configured for plug and play usability, the system is highly reliable and is designed to respond to the subtlest of gestures, for pixel by pixel control in all lighting conditions.

"We anticipate significant interest in AirPoint from museums, science centers, design agencies and trade show planners, as well as from Fortune 500 companies for their corporate boardrooms, showrooms and presentation center," says Mr. Vincent.

GestureTek has also identified a growing market in the financial services and healthcare sectors for touch-free computer interfaces, because of their hygiene benefits. Automated teller machines, for example, can be made touch-free with the GestureTek technology, as can computer systems used in clean rooms and healthcare facilities.

With multiple patents covering video gesture control technology, and over 20 years of experience developing state-of-the art interactive and immersive multi-media displays and presentation systems, GestureTek is the world leader in the field of computer vision control technology. The AirPoint System is the latest in a long series of exciting and innovative offerings from GestureTek.

View AirPoint Product Video at Link. View Complete Product Showcase at http://www.gesturetek.com/gestpoint/productsolutions_airpoint.php and http://www.gesturetek.com/gestpoint/businesscases.php.

For more information contact:

Patti Jordan, Director Marketing & Communications, GestureTek Inc.

(416) 340-9290 x 274

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