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  • Virtual Devices Inc.
  • Industry: Hardware
  • City: Allison Park, PA
  • Virtual Devices, Inc. (VDI) is the world-class leader in Virtual Input Technology (VIT ?). Our portfolio includes products for general and specific applications for industrial, military, medical, commercial and consumer use. Our unique technology allows a user to control devices and initiate data input by movement and gesture without physical contact. VDI's patented technology simplifies the application of VIT ? to a broad variety of application. We have developed applications for computer Virtual Keyboards (VKPC), game simulators such as virtual dance pads and a piano keyboard. Commercial applications include devices such as control panels for people movers and a number