aeroTAP supports multi-touch gestures using both hands.
|132||Down arrow key|
|133||Up arrow key|
You can check for the action numbers assigned using KeyActionList.exe.
|When you show/raise both hands (palm) towards the camera, 2 cursors will be displayed indicating that multi-touch mode is active.
Important: Operation with both hands will start after you show both hands towards the operation area. You cannot automatically switch to operating with both hands when you are already operating with one hand. To switch operation mode, move your hand out from the camera detection area for about 2 seconds and then show both hands towards the camera.
|Gesture: Moving one hand UP and the other DOWN
Rotation of Z-axis, Page up/down will be operated.
Hint: For Google Earth, the screen will rotate around the Z-axis.
Hint: Detects the angle of the hands (the difference in height).
Hint: Actions will be performed several times according to the angle made by the hands in 2 different height levels.
|Gesture: Moving one hand towards you and the other away from you, creating a difference between the distance from the camera
Rotation of Y-axis.
Hint: For Google Earth, the screen will rotate around the Y-axis.
Hint: Actions will be performed several times according to the difference between the distances of the hand and the camera.
* Only available when using aeroTAP 3D USB Camera.
|Gesture: Moving both hands up or down the screen.
Rotation of X-axis.
Hint: For Google Earth, the screen will rotate around the X-axis.
Hint: Detects the move of the hands position (how much it moved).
Gesture: Moving both hands towards the camera or away from it.
Hint: For Google Earth, zoom in/out of the screen will be performed.
Cannot detect both hands.
|| Can detect both hands.
You can scroll up/down within the application of your choice.
||Can detect both hands.
aeroPAD will boot when both hands are detected.
When using Google Earth, CW/CCW rotation and zoom in/out can be performed using both hands.
When using the browser, page up/down will be performed.