Wearable Device Targets Integration with Apple’s Mudra Band for Real Object Interaction


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Wearable Devices Ltd. plans to explore compatibility between its flagship product, the Mudra Band, and the Apple Vision Pro to offer more intuitive ways to interact with devices in the Apple ecosystem.

The Mudra Band uses neural input and gesture recognition to control devices, while the Apple Vision Pro is a smart eyewear that uses hand tracking. Integrating the two technologies would enable users to interact with real objects naturally, bridging the gap between the physical and digital worlds. This could lead to more immersive and practical applications in various fields.

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