Google To Bring Skin Interface Technology in Pixel Buds and Watches?

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According to a patent submitted by Google, the company is working on skin interface technology. It might use them in future Pixel Buds and Pixel Watch models. The World Intellectual Property Organization authorized the application on March 3rd.

This technique, according to Google, will eliminate unpleasant sounds or sensations created by physical touches or taps on wearable devices. The patent also hints that Google may employ similar technology in virtual reality headsets or smart glasses, in addition to earphones and smartwatches.

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Details about the skin interface technology

What’s more, the skin interface technique detects mechanical waves using accelerometers embedded into the wearable device. The friction from a user’s gesture causes these waves.

The device would employ artificial intelligence to figure out which motion the user had performed. This tool would also stop the device from responding to non-gesture gestures like scratching near it or nodding your head.

Google isn’t the only business with a keen interest in skin gesture technology. Wide Area Tap, a function included on the recently launched Sony LinkBuds, allows you to pause or play music and adjust the volume by tapping near your ear. Honor has already filed a patent for skin interface technology that is comparable to this. It’s uncertain whether or if Google will release this technology.

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