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MarketsandMarkets: Global Touchless Sensing Market to be Worth $3656.8 Million and Global Gesture Recognition Market Worth $625 Million by 2015
Date:6/23/2011

picture of a fingerprint even if the finger has a cut on it or in case of iris recognition and face recognition, the features of the iris or the face do not change over the years.

The gesture recognition market was commercialized in the third quarter of 2010 with the launch of the Microsoft XBOX Kinect (hardware). The gesture recognition market is expected to reach $625 million in 2015 from $200 million in 2010 at an expected CAGR of 25.6% from 2010 to 2015. Gesture recognition has its applications in several sectors ranging from entertainment, consumer electronics, and transportation to healthcare. The market acceptance of this industry is very low since this is a new technology and the users are not aware of the technology as yet. However, this market is estimated to grow in the next seven to eight years.

Scope of the report

This report analyzes the global touchless sensing markets based on:

Touchless sanitary equipment

  • Touchless faucets
  • Touchless trashcans
  • Touchless soap dispensers
  • Touchless towel dispensers
  • Touchless flush meters
  • Hand dryers

Touchless biometrics market

  • Touchless fingerprint recognition
  • Iris recognition
  • Face recognition

Geographical market

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
  • ROW

This report analyzes the global gesture recognition markets based on:

Application market

  • Gaming
  • Automotive
  • Consumer electronics
  • Transportation

Geographical market

  • North America<
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