3dim said its technology invented at MIT brought 3D gestural sensing to mobile devices at a lower cost and power than rivals.

Three-dimension (3D) technology start-up 3dim Tech won $100,000 as the grand prize at US-based Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT’s) 15th annual Entrepreneurship Competition.

3dim said its technology invented at MIT brought 3D gestural sensing to mobile devices at a lower cost and power than rivals.

Andrea Colaço, a media arts and sciences PhD student at MIT and co-founder of 3dim, said: “The need for specialized hardware and high power has, to date, prevented 3D gesture capture in mobile devices, leaving…

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