1st Prize Winner
SigmaRD received Grand Prize at CVPR 2012!
The worlds most important computer vision event in academia, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference, hosted the Gesture Challenge 2012 last Summer. SigmaRD was the winner once again!
SigmaRD participated with their project “A Unified Framework for Concurrent Usage of Hand Gesture, Shape and Pose”. For details see CVPR Gesture Challenge webpage.
1st Prize Winner
SigmaRD received Grand Prize at Asus’s Xtion PRO Developer Challenge with their body and sound controlled festival game Aliens Stole My Beer!
The game was originally developed for Miller Brewing Company and reached out to over 2500 players in 4 days. It was displayed in 3 major festivals in Istanbul; namely Efes Pilsen One Love, Sun.Day.Sky and Freshtival.
Here is the competition’s announcement page. It was published in technology news sites like KinectHacks.net as well.
3rd Prize Winner
From the creator of today’s widespread depth sensors and the technology behind Kinect, this was the very first worldwide competition in the field.
Sigma NI Browser Controller entry by SigmaRD was given the 3rd prize by PrimeSense, which was the first step for SigmaRD-PrimseSense partnership.
The software allowed the user to control almost every functionality of a web browser by only using her hands from 5 meters where she can comfortably lean back. You can watch the video and read more here.
Computers Can Speak Sign Language Now
One of the leading newspapers of Turkey interviewed about the major leap in hand shape recognition and hand skeleton tracking technology by SigmaRD.
Prime Time News!
SigmaRD hits the prime time news on Atv, nationwide broadcasting channel, for its leading Natural User Interface technology.
SigmaRD recognized as a success story by leading regional technology news media
SigmaRD taught the computer to speak sign language. Link.
PARDUS Linux Distribution Port of SigmaRD’s software
SigmaRD’s hand gesture recognition technology made it possible the control PARDUS Operating System (A Linux Distro). Using simple hand gestures as shortcuts along with mouse like pointer control.
Entrepreneurs’ Web TV interviews SigmaRD
Watch it here.