Google buys a gesture recognition startup named Flutter
Google has acquired Flutter which is a gesture recognition company whose technology lets people control music and movies on their desktop by waving their hands. This is an amazing technology that can be put to use at various hours of the clock which makes life fast.
Flutter makes an application for Windows and Mac machines that lets users control programs like QuickTime and iTunes by capturing gestures using the computer’s webcam. It is indeed a wonderful technology and is being put to use in a productive way that can be made better in the future.
On Wednesday , Navneet Dalal ( CEO of Flutter ) announced on the company’s website officially and globally that they will be continuing their research at Google. Later a Google spokeswoman said that they will be supporting Flutter and their research in every way. No terms were disclosed as the deal was closed.
The Flutter team will be joining Google at their headquarters in Mountain View, California to continue their research. There will be no issues faced in terms of functionality of the Flutter app and it is said to be fully operational.