Hare, Jonathon, Karam, Maria, Lewis, Paul and schraefel, m.c.
iGesture: A Platform for Investigating Multimodal, Multimedia Gesture-based Interactions s.n.
This paper introduces the iGesture platform for investigating multimodal gesture based interactions in multimedia contexts. iGesture is a low-cost, extensible system that uses visual recognition of hand movements to support gesture-based input. Computer vision techniques support gesture based interactions that are lightweight, with minimal interaction constraints. The system enables gestures to be carried out `in the environment' at a distance from the camera, enabling multimodal interaction in a naturalistic, transparent manner in a ubiquitous computing environment. The iGesture system can also be rapidly scripted to enable gesture-based input with a wide variety of applications. In this paper we present the technology behind the iGesture software, and a performance evaluation of the gesture recognition subsystem. We also present two exemplar multimedia application contexts which we are using to explore ambient gesture-based interactions.
||Gesture-based interaction, semaphoric gestures, experiment, usability
||Web & Internet Science, Agents, Interactions & Complexity
||07 Nov 2005
||23 Feb 2017 13:22
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