- The device can be controlled by giving twists, flick, slide, pinch, grab and pet commands to the I / O braid cable.
- The accuracy of this smart cable is 94%.
- The smart cable will use touch sensing textile and fiber optics technology
Tech giant Google has developed a smart cable that can be controlled with gestures. This will allow you to control the device with wireless headphones. Functions like music play/pause, next song and volume up / down can be done by pinching, squeezing, and twisting from this cable. A video of this product has been shared on an account called Fast Hour Technology on YouTube.
This smart cable will use touch sensing textile and fiber optics technology. This product is named I / O Braid. It uses HSM (helical sensing matrix) sensing capabilities.
Understands a total of 6 interactions such as I / O braid twist, flick, slide, pinch, grab, and belly. This product is currently being tested. Will complete its mass production upon completion of testing.
According to the company, its testing results are good. Its accuracy is 94%. The technology will be used in products including headphone cables and smart speakers.