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The XTR3D is a touch-free software interface that only requires a simple 2-D camera to operate. XTR3D creates a three-dimensional image of the user which can then be used to control a variety of computing platforms.

XTR3D brings us one step closer to healthy, ergonomic computing by significantly reducing the need to remain seated and bent over a keyboard while working. 


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