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January 08, 2016
BMW's Vlatko Kalinic demonstrates a gesture control feature to control the radio volume in a 2016 BMW...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
BMW's Vlatko Kalinic demonstrates a gesture control feature to control the radio volume in a 2016 BMW...
BMW's Vlatko Kalinic demonstrates a gesture control feature to control the radio volume in a 2016 BMW 750i sedan during the 2016 CES trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 7, 2016. Germans love the latest wave of touch-free car controls, which respond to the flick of a wrist or the swipe of a hand, as it means no messy fingerprints on their spotless dashboards. Italians, known for an extravagant hand gesture or two, are not so sure. Germany's BMW demonstrated a 7 Series car that recognizes five simple gestures, from a finger twirl to the right to raise the music volume and a hand swipe to decline an incoming call. Picture taken January 7, 2016. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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