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Controlling Tech with the Snap of your Fingers

Google’s ATAP group needed help with a secretive wearable project — Project Soli. Soli is a technology that uses millimeter radar to detect hand movements and gestures.

Google’s ATAP group needed help with a secretive wearable project—Project Soli. Soli is a technology that uses millimeter radar to detect hand movements and gestures.

PROCESS

Google called Mokriya to help develop the software for wearable Android devices and sound speakers. With the wave of a hand or the snap of finger, users turn up the volume, pause the music, or skip to the next track.

Google called Mokriya to help develop the software for wearable Android devices and sound speakers. With the wave of a hand or the snap of finger, users turn up the volume, pause the music, or skip to the next track.

RESULTS

Mokriya successfully shipped the first proof of concept in just four weeks.

We built software demoed at Google I/O and our work is now being integrated into the Android Open Source Platform.

PRESS COVERAGE

“Keep an eye out for the Soli. If it’s as revolutionary as I think it’s going to be, it will likely be in lots of devices you use daily in the not so distant future.”

CODY SHANE, in Adjust Your Perspective

“Do you remember the movie (and now tv show) Minority Report? Now that is not only the stuff of Hollywood, but an actual technology close to being introduced with the public through Google’s new Soli Project.”

JOHN LINNEMAN, in The American Genius

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© 2017 Mokriya - Nagarro Silicon Valley Labs

© 2017 Mokriya - Nagarro Sillicon Valley Labs

© 2017 Mokriya - Nagarro Sillicon Valley Labs