A gesture-based navigation and interactive system

Navigating on virtual environments is a contraint when designing since physical space sometimes doesn't correspond to virtual space.

KiNav was created to explore new methods that allow environment navigation and interaction using gestures. In order to do that, we match camera movement to our hands movement. Left hand controls advancing while right hand controls the aim of the camera.

The system also supports interaction with virtual elements by pointing them some certain amount of time with the aim.

We defined some potential use cases for Real state agencies, travelling and indoor design.

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Labs4Reality | Solvia | Mobile World Capital
Aug, 2016 - Feb, 2016


I was responsible for the whole project, from idea generation to final implementation an testing.