SanDisk Ventures has invested in 3D software provider Pebbles Interfaces.
SanDisk did not share investment details.
“The technology being developed by Pebbles Interfaces has the potential to become a key element in how people interact with their digital devices in the future,” said Sumit Sadana, executive vice president and chief strategy officer, SanDisk.
Pebbles provides 3D gesture control at minimal cost, computing power and latency.
The Israel-based company’s technology enables smartphones, wearable computing devices, smart TVs and other gear to be controlled by human gestures.
SanDisk and Pebbles believe the technology may drive new use cases and applications that will consume more flash memory-based storage.
SanDisk Ventures recently invested in Panzura, a provider of flash-based network attached storage (NAS) solutions for enterprises.
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