Project Soli, A Small Sensor Device That Uses Radar to Control Electronics With Hand Gestures

Project Soli is a small sensor device developed by Google ATAP that uses radar to control electronics with hand gestures. The radar and antenna for the device fit on a small 8mm x 10mm chip, but it is still sensitive and powerful enough to pick up small and precise movements. The sensor has a wide range of possible applications for controlling mobile devices, wearables, and other electronics. Google is now accepting applications from developers for ways to use the technology.

Soli Radar Visualization

Soli Chip Soli Grid Visualization

Soli Button

Soli Slider

Glen Tickle
Glen Tickle

Amelia's dad. Steph's husband. Writer, comedian, gentleman. Good at juggling, bad at chess.