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Just wave your hand to access music, web, your family and friends. You dont even need to touch the surface. Gesture Cube uses 3D spatial movement tracking to help transform navigating a device into a magical intuitive experience. The underlying GestIC technology detects your hands approach and movements - your favorite apps and media all at a wave of your hand.

GestIC electric field sensing technology makes 3D spatial hand or finger movement tracking possible. GestIC detects movements and distances in 3D space and provides the technical backbone for Gesture Cubes 3D user interface. GestIC enables touchfree three-dimensional gesture control on 2D screens from mobile phones, tablet PCs, picture frames and MP3 players all the way to 3D devices like Gesture Cube. Let Gesture Cube inspire you!





Gesture Cube is a joint development by three partnering companies: IDENT Technology AG delivered the underlying touch-free GestIC technology used in Gesture Cube. User interface studio ZINOSIGN designed Gesture Cubes user interface and website. Design company LUNAR Europe created the overall product design.

The Gesture Cube is not just technology for techs sake. It is thoughtfully designed and deeply rooted in a genuine understanding of consumers expectations and needs. Using natural gestures to control our electronics helps to draw them closer to our natural behaviour, making things easier and more fun. The result is an intelligent product concept with unlimited possibilities for enhancing daily life with effortless interaction. The Gesture Cubes design is simple yet so beautiful it doubles as a sculptural icon in your living space.


miniMe: Personalised Medical Device of the Future

Experience our take on the Future of Health Care in 2015, presenting the first of a new generation of personalised devices - the miniMe. To facilitate and expedite diagnosis and treatment, health care professionals and patients will be able to rely on sensors and personalised devices such as miniMe for measuring biometric data. "The Future of Integrated Health Care" scenario including a functioning software prototype (Helping Hands) for the Microsoft Surface Table and a personalised medical concept device (miniMe) was developed by the Life Science team at Ergonomidesign.

Helping Hands: Prototyping the Future of Integrated Health Care After over 40 years of pioneering work in the Life Science industry, Ergonomidesign have put together their take on the future for the Health Care industry. The story comprises not only scenarios and a clear picture of the eco-system in which Life Science might exist in 2015 - but the designers have gone as far as prototyping glimpses of how interaction might occur with doctors and other medical professionals and services. The future concept was developed by the Life Science team at Ergonomidesign. Their challenge was to envision the future of Life Science and develop possible solutions for the world to test, use and reflect on.