Jon Moeller got an early start as an entrepreneur. By the time he started his graduate work in the computer engineering school at Texas A&M, he had already grabbed the attention of the tech community as an undergraduate with a touch-free computer screen called ZeroTouch. Moeller is the co-developer of ZeroTouch, a touch-free computer screen developed in the Interface Ecology Lab at Texas A&M University and supported by grants received from The National Science Foundation and Cypress Semiconductor. Jon works as a research assistant to Associate Professor Dr. Andruid Kerne, principal investigator for these grants and director of the Interface Ecology Lab.
ZeroTouch is a sensor that can track your hands and fingers in real-time. It looks like an empty picture frame, but that frame is filled with infrared LEDs and sensors that create a grid of invisible beams. When the