German carmaker to debut gesture control system called AirTouch concept

BMW is set to unveil the AirTouch concept, a new gesture control system.

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BMW is set to unveil the AirTouch Concept, a new gesture control system.

According to The Verge, this new concept is a more advanced version of last year's gesture control system.

Reports say this new concept turns the entire car into a touchscreen controller.

It"allows the display in a vehicle to be operated like a touchscreen without actually having to make contact with the surface".

This concept will be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January, 2016.

Also, Volkswagen is set to debut a totally new electric car concept on the 6th of January, 2016.

All of the above will be unveiled at the technology CES in Las Vegas.

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