Gesture recognition for augmentative human computer interaction
Item Type:Conference Paper
Citation:Reilly, R. B. and Hanson, A. 'Gesture recognition for augmentative human computer interaction' in Proceedings 17th Annual Conference IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Montreal, Canada, September, 2, 1995, pp 1275 - 1276.
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Augmentative and alternative communication has always suffered from difficulties of equipment set-up and interaction. A three-dimensional input device is presented which is based on a non-contact movement sensor. In this way the movement of the head or limb can be tracked and converted into the movement of a PC mouse. The advantage of the noncontact approach is further increased by the incorporation of adaptive gesture recognition thus allowing user defined movement interpretation and click strategies
Author: REILLY, RICHARD
Type of material:Conference Paper
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