Authors
Krishna Kumar. S & Sai Venkata Vinay. C
1
Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg
SONA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, SAL...
 What is a Gesture Phone?
 Different tracking methods
◦ Optical tracking
 Stereoscopic vision technology
 Triangulatio...
 Phones which recognize our gestures and movements either
using touch or touch free technology
3
http://www.pointgrab.com...
 Optical tracking
 Inertial tracking
4
www.ti.com/lit/wp/spry199/spry199.pdf
Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg
Optical tracking:
◦ Two different cameras
◦ Triangulation method
Inertial tracking :
◦ Single camera
◦ Rolling shutters
5
...
 The common technologies used are
◦ Stereoscopic vision
◦ Structured light pattern
◦ Time of flight(TOF)
Dept of Electron...
 Two images shot
 Image processed using triangulation
 Calculates the depth of the image
http://www.ti.com/lit/wp/spry1...
Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg 8
Source:www2.maths.lth.se
 Independent of external structure
 Pixels are captured row by row
Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg 9
Source :Re...
Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg 10
Source: Real-time Motion Tracking on a Cell phone using Inertial Sensing and a...
 Answer call
 Operate other devices
 Browse web pages and scroll e-books
 Switch off mobile
11
Dept of Electronics & C...
 Point grab’s solution
 Air swiper
 Hovering controls
 Blow to unlock
12
Source: androios-tveaks.blogspot.com
Source: ...
 Flexible programming environment
 User friendly
 Multitasking
 Easy optimizing and paralyzing data
 portable
13
Dept...
 Depends on compiler’s performance
 Power consumption
 High clock cycle
 High standard processor required
 Requires l...
 Ultrasonic on phone for industries
 Infrared waves can be used for smaller application
 Burglar alarm
 Background smu...
1. BongWhan Choe, Jun-Ki Min, and Sung-Bae Cho; Online Gesture Recognition for User
Interface.
2. Mingyang Li, Byung Hyung...
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  • Gesture phones

    1. 1. Authors Krishna Kumar. S & Sai Venkata Vinay. C 1 Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg SONA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, SALEM
    2. 2.  What is a Gesture Phone?  Different tracking methods ◦ Optical tracking  Stereoscopic vision technology  Triangulation ◦ Inertial tracking  Cases of gesture recognition technology  Future innovations 2 Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg
    3. 3.  Phones which recognize our gestures and movements either using touch or touch free technology 3 http://www.pointgrab.com/276/gesture-mobile/http://www.fastcompany.com/1570274/how-use- androids-gesture-search-and-leave-your-phones- keyboard-behind Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg
    4. 4.  Optical tracking  Inertial tracking 4 www.ti.com/lit/wp/spry199/spry199.pdf Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg
    5. 5. Optical tracking: ◦ Two different cameras ◦ Triangulation method Inertial tracking : ◦ Single camera ◦ Rolling shutters 5 http://www.ti.com/lit/wp/spry199/spry199.pdf Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg Source :Real-time Motion Tracking on a Cellphone using Inertial Sensing and a Rolling-Shutter Camera.
    6. 6.  The common technologies used are ◦ Stereoscopic vision ◦ Structured light pattern ◦ Time of flight(TOF) Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg 6 Source:www2.maths.lth.se
    7. 7.  Two images shot  Image processed using triangulation  Calculates the depth of the image http://www.ti.com/lit/wp/spry199/spry199.pdf Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg 7
    8. 8. Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg 8 Source:www2.maths.lth.se
    9. 9.  Independent of external structure  Pixels are captured row by row Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg 9 Source :Real-time Motion Tracking on a Cell phone using Inertial Sensing and a Rolling-Shutter Camera.
    10. 10. Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg 10 Source: Real-time Motion Tracking on a Cell phone using Inertial Sensing and a Rolling-Shutter Camera.
    11. 11.  Answer call  Operate other devices  Browse web pages and scroll e-books  Switch off mobile 11 Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg www.thorntech.com Source: EFY June 2013
    12. 12.  Point grab’s solution  Air swiper  Hovering controls  Blow to unlock 12 Source: androios-tveaks.blogspot.com Source: androios-tveaks.blogspot.com
    13. 13.  Flexible programming environment  User friendly  Multitasking  Easy optimizing and paralyzing data  portable 13 Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg
    14. 14.  Depends on compiler’s performance  Power consumption  High clock cycle  High standard processor required  Requires lighting  Gorilla arm 14 Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg
    15. 15.  Ultrasonic on phone for industries  Infrared waves can be used for smaller application  Burglar alarm  Background smudging  Pausing of signal transmission 15 Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg
    16. 16. 1. BongWhan Choe, Jun-Ki Min, and Sung-Bae Cho; Online Gesture Recognition for User Interface. 2. Mingyang Li, Byung Hyung Kim and Anastasios I. Mourikis; Real-time Motion Tracking on a Cellphone using Inertial Sensing and a Rolling-Shutter Camera. 3. Mingyu Chen, Ghassan AlRegib, Senior Member, IEEE, and Biing-Hwang Juang, Fellow, IEEE; Feature Processing and Modeling for 6D Motion Gesture Recognition. 4. Dong-ik ko, Lead engineer, gesture recognition and depth –sensing gaurav agarwal, Manager, Gesture recognition and depth-sensing; Gesture recognition: Enabling natural interactions with electronics. 16 Dept of Electronics & Communication Engg

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