Scroll the page using hand gestures that are detected by a doppler speaker/microphone process
This extension provides the ability to scroll through web pages using only hand gestures. Once enabled, a tone is emitted through the speaker and is picked up by the microphone. By moving your hand towards or away from the microphone, you compress or decompress the sound waves slightly which is detected and used to scroll the page. ### IMPORTANT ###: - Make sure any headphones are unplugged and the speaker volume is on loud. - Be sure to click allow when the extension asks for microphone access. (If you accidentally click block, you can change your preferences by clicking the video icon in the right side of the omnibox) ################ Known Bugs: - Sometimes when multiple pages are running audio scroll, a lower frequency tone can be heard. (to fix this, disable and re-enable audio scroll a few times) Open Source: This extension is open source and can be viewed on GitHub here: <https://github.com/hgarrereyn/AudioScroll-Extension> It is licensed under the MIT-License. Credits: Thanks to Daniel Rapp for providing the doppler.js library Extension created by Harrison Green
- (2017-08-15) Cypress Bai: i don't get it, why using the audio with hand gesture? ps: do not work
- (2016-05-04) Dylan Wieloszynski: On my computer personally, it didn't work. Maybe it's because the speakers on my laptop are on the bottom. Or maybe it's because I'm in a loud environment.
- (2015-11-10) WHK Yan: No funciona en Ubuntu con Google Chrome Estable.
- (2015-10-15) Vyanky ies: it not working