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The recent introduction of novel acquisition devices like the Leap Motion and the Kinect allows to obtain a very informative description of the hand pose that can be exploited for accurate gesture recognition. This paper proposes a novel hand gesture recognition scheme explicitly targeted to Leap Motion data. An ad-hoc feature set based on the positions and orientation of the fingertips is.
Our research prototype combines both depth and infrared camera streams together with real-time detection and tracking of surface planes to enable robust finger-tracking even when both the hand and head are in motion. Our technique is implemented on a commercial Microsoft HoloLens without requiring any additional hardware nor any user or environmental calibration. Through our performance.Leap Motion has been tested in different research works in order to understand real potential applied to the design of natural user interface based on gesture (1), (12), (20), (31). Furthermore.The paper presents motion adaptive search (MAS), that effectively utilizes motion activity information to achieve superior performance both in terms of quality and speed in comparison with other fast search algorithms for motion estimation. The main features of MAS are: the early elimination of search by detecting the stationary macroblocks; the adaptation of both the search window size and.
Leap Motion, Inc. (formerly OcuSpec Inc.) was an American company that manufactured and marketed a computer hardware sensor device that supports hand and finger motions as input, analogous to a mouse, but requires no hand contact or touching.In 2016, the company released new software designed for hand tracking in virtual reality.The company was sold to its British rival UltraHaptics in 2019.Read More
The first class of motion effects is those responding to fast camera motion to enhance the immersiveness of point-of-view shots, delivering fast and dynamic vestibular feedback. The second class moves viewers as closely as possible to the trajectory of slowly moving camera. Such motion provides an illusional effect of observing the scene from a distance while moving slowly within the scene.Read More
Hand movement and gesture recognition using Leap Motion Controller Lin Shao Stanford EE 267, Virtual Reality,Course Report, Instructors: Gordon Wetzstein and Robert Konrad Abstract The novel device Leap Motion Controller provides an informative representation of hands. We utilize tracking data through the API of Leap Motion Controller to recognize hand movement and gestures. Our experiment.Read More
Leap Motion is a motion sensor device that recognizes the Touch wall refers to the touch screen hardware setup itself; the corresponding software to run Touch Wall, which is built on a standard version of Vistas, is called Plex. Touch Wall and Plex are superficially similar to Microsoft Surface, a.Read More
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Introduction to Motion Control by Daniel Plemmons and Paul Mandel. For decades, motion controls have held a persistent place in our visions of the future. We’ve watched the super heroes, mad scientists, and space cowboys of popular media control digital experiences with just a wave of their hands. We’ve been captivated by these powerful, natural, and intuitive interactions; imagining what.Read More
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Analysis and Discussions Sign Language Recognition Application Systems is developed in two steps, data acquisition and classification. There are two data acquisition methods that are often used by researchers, camera and Microsoft Kinect. 4, 5, and 6 uses camera for their Sign Language Recognition Systems. The main advantage from using camera is that it removes the needs of sensors in sensory.Read More
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