Google wins Second Radar Sensing Patent that supports Future Chromebook & Pixel Devices using an In-Air Gesturing Feature

In-Air gesturing is being seen by many in Silicon Valley as a future feature that will be used in conjunction with smartphones, tablets, desktops, notebooks, smartwatches and smart TVs in the not-too-distant future. Google has been working on this future feature for their devices since at least October 2014 and we covered it extensively back in 2016 when the U.S. Patent made it public. In January 2019, Patently Mobile covered Google’s granted patent on using Radar for as in-air gesturing system. Today’s report covers Google’s second granted patent on radar sensing that was issued in the month.

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