Lenovo's latest PCs are set to feature motion control sensors.
The company will feature PointGrab's gesture recognition technology in the latest Yoga 2 Pro laptop, out this month, incorporating it into its own motion control software.
With the incorporation of PointGrab's Hybrid Action Recognition technology, the latest version of Lenovo Motion Control would offer improved and more reliable user experience, while supporting additional gesture functionalities for more applications.
"Being selected by the largest PC maker worldwide to power its new motion control features further validates our technology as the leading gesture solutions in the space," said, PointGrab's sales manager, Raphael Sankar.
He added: "This agreement is significant as it empowers our vision of making gesture a natural and intuitive experience for mass consumer adoption, especially now that our technology is available to Lenovo customers."
PointGrab says its technology is based on a new algorithm that allows motion sensors can better capture users' natural gestures