In Pictures: Best of CES 2014

Here’s what grabbed our attention at the sprawling CES 2014 gadget show in Las Vegas

Tarsier MoveEye First unveiled at IDG’s DEMO conference in October 2012, Tarsier's MoveEye technology – packaged as a pair of eyeglasses - lets users reach out and manipulate icons, windows or images on a screen as if they're floating in the air. The initial work has been in 2D but at CES the tiny St. Paul, Minn., startup is demonstrating an improved 3D interface for MoveEye. The glasses have a built-in pair of stereoscopic cameras, sensors to detect the viewer's eye movements, and Wi-Fi to talk to the media box. By taking the user’s perspective, unlike, say, Microsoft Kinect, which watches the user and interprets his movements, MoveEye can be very precise in capturing hand and finger gestures through Tarsier’s algorithms and software.

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