The Touch — Less project explores how we, using hand tracking technology, can interact with interfaces without the need to touch them.
Touchscreens offer seamless convenience, cutting out the middleman as you order your burger, check in for your flight, or get cash out at the ATM. But the fact that they’re mostly based on touch is becoming problematic. Now more than ever we need to rethink these shared screens and find different ways to interact.
With technology that's available today - we can give users an option to do their everyday interactions, without us sharing the same touch surfaces.
We created a series of proof of concept demos, that shows ways we can turn existing applications into applications that can be controlled without touch - using hand tracking technology.