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New human-machine interface for 3D worlds on show

Gesture control systems are a hallmark of Ameria’s business

German specialist in integrated gesture control, Ameria, is presenting a new human-machine interface for 3D worlds in Congress Square and Hall 6.  

The company’s Airframe technology allows gesture control and human-machine interaction over larger distances and in extensive real and virtual spaces.

Albrecht Metter, CEO and founder of Ameria, said: “Airframe is a milestone in the development of a gesture-controlled human-machine interface for 3D worlds. We are proud to be able to present this world first at ISE 2023.”

Visitors have the unique opportunity to take a seat in the original DeLorean car from the Back to the Future film series and experience Ameria’s in-car gesture control.   

At its stand Ameria is also presenting numerous industry solutions for various screen sizes from tablet to LED walls. These include metaverse solutions for public spaces in the form of an avatar configurator and a 3D sneaker promotion.

Stand number: 6F400/CS100