Gesture Recognition Market Research Report - Global Forecast to 2023

Global Gesture Recognition Market Research Report: Information By Technology (Sensor, 2D Gesture Technology and 3D Gesture Technology), Application (Automotive, Healthcare, Consumer Electronics, Transportation, Commercial, IT/Telecom and others), Product (Touchless and Touch-Based) - Forecast till 2023

ID: MRFR/ICT/3806-CR | August 2019 | Region: Global | 78 pages

Market Overview


Global Gesture Recognition Market is expected to expand at 27.58% CAGR over the forecast period. Gesture recognition is a security feature integrated into systems for providing access to authorized employees. Improvements in sensors and its large scope in adherent to COVID-19 guidelines can drive its demand over the forecast period. Implementation of IoT, proliferation of consumer electronics, and convenience in users are other factors projected to shape the market.


COVID-19 Analysis


The COVID-19 pandemic has brought forth the necessity of contactless interaction. This has acted as a boon for gesture recognition which has stayed in the recesses of AR/VR and biometric authentication. Development of platform agnostic gesture recognition systems can provide plenty of scope to the market. In addition, the familiar experience of users with AR/VR systems and minimal interactions with displays can expand its application in various verticals. The advertising space can integrate with smartphones for passing on pertinent Ads as well as provide information seamlessly in the digital domain. This is in response to a large volume of smart city projects to be undertaken in various countries.


Market Dynamics



  • Drivers

  • Opportunities

  • Restraints

  • Challenges

  • Cumulative Growth Analysis


Segment Analysis


By Technology


By Application


By Product


Regional Analysis


Competitive Landscape


Global Gesture Recognition Market is dominated by players already invested in AR, VR, and mixed reality spaces. Constant development in machine learning and integration of various sign languages for improving the system are hedges of these players. Acquisitions, collaborations, and agreements are major strategies employed by players for dominating the marketspace.


Key Companies Covered in the Report



  • Infineon Technologies AG (Germany)

  • Qualcomm Incorporated (U.S.)

  • SoftKinetic Inc. (Belgium)

  • Iris guard (U.K.)

  • Apple Inc. (U.S.)

  • Omron Corporation (Japan)

  • Texas Instruments (U.S.)

  • Intel Corporation (U.S.)

  • Microsoft Corporation (U.S.)


Recent Developments



  • LamasaTech has launched VisiPoint, a platform for employees and visitors for signing in with their current temperature. This can be positive for employees returning to work after removal of restrictions on offices and companies. The contactless nature of the platform is adherent to COVID-19 guidelines outlined by governments and registers entry logs to be reviewed by owners.

  • Researchers at UC Berkeley have designed a gesture recognizing armband for monitoring electrical signals in the forearm. They aim to detect hand gestures as a recognizable input for accessing devices. The success and commercialization of the product can be lucrative for people with prosthetics.


Report Scope


It is segmented in the following manner:


By Technology



  • Sensor

  • 2D Gesture Technology

  • 3D Gesture Technology


By Application



  • IT/Telecom

  • Consumer Electronics

  • Healthcare

  • Automotive

  • Transportation

  • Commercial

  • Others


By Product



  • Touchless

  • Touch-based



Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :


Global gesture recognition market is projected to grow at approximately 27.58% CAGR during the assessment period (2017-2023).

Rising usage of motion controllers in gaming and increasing awareness about gesture recognition-based gaming consoles & PlayStations are the major tailwinds pushing the growth of the global gesture recognition market.

The consumer electronics is the largest application segment in the global gesture recognition market.

North America holds the largest share in the global gesture recognition market, followed by Europe and the Asia Pacific, respectively.

Intel Corporation (U.S.), NVIDIA Corporation (U.S.), Salesforce (U.S.), Microsoft Corporation (U.S.), Sentient Technologies (U.S.), Google Inc (U.S.), Amazon Web Services (U.S.), IBM Corporation (U.S.), Oracle corporation (U.S.), and SAP SE (Germany) are some of the top players operating in the global gesture recognition market.