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Gesture Recognation

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Gesture Recognation

  1. 1. GENERALPRESENTATIONSUBMITTED BY:-Neeraj Dhiman
  2. 2. GESTURERECOGNITIONTECHNOLOGY
  3. 3. CONTENT HISTORY INTRODUCTION USES INPUT DEVICES CORE COMPETENCY EXAMPLES NEW DEVELOPMENTS CONCLUSION
  4. 4. HISTORYIn the early 1960s, users could move a light-emitting pen tocontrol the Sketchpad computer-aided design system. Severalsubsequent commercial systems also worked with light-emittingpens. Research into camera-based computer vision for gesturerecognition began in earnest in the early 1990s at places suchas the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab,Japan’s Advanced Telecommunications Re- search InstituteInternational, and the University of Zurich. Since then, a fewcompanies have sold gesture-recognition software. Until now,though, the technology hasn’t had a significant commercialimpact.
  5. 5. INTRODUCTIONGesture Recognition is a topic incomputer science and languagetechnology with the goal of interpretinghuman gestures via mathematicalalgorithms. Gestures can originate fromany bodily motion or state but commonlyoriginate from the face or hand. Currentfocuses in the field include emotionrecognition from the face and handgesture recognition. Many approacheshave been made using cameras andcomputer vision algorithms to interpretsign language.
  6. 6. USES OF GESTURERECOGNITIONTECHNOLOGY Sign language recognition Directional indication through pointing Control through facial gestures Alternative computer interfaces Immersive game technology Virtual controllers Affective computing
  7. 7. INPUT DEVICES Depth-aware cameras. Stereo cameras. Controller-based gestures. Single camera
  8. 8. CORE COMPETENCY Hand Tracking and MouseReplacement Dynamically tracks users hand,converting to mouse movement. Allows for multi-touchinteractivity. Full-Body Tracking andImmersion Puts the user in the screen. Analyzes and reacts to users fullrange of motion. Provides breakthrough healthsolutions.
  9. 9. SOME EXAMPLE
  10. 10. MULTI-TOUCH TABLEMulti touch surfacecomputer technologyturns an ordinarytable, bar top orcountertop into amulti touch surfacecomputing table .Multi touch screensand surfaces cometurnkey or custom
  11. 11. VIEW OF MULTI-TOUCHTABLE
  12. 12. WEATHER SERVICESINTERNATIONALGesture controltechnologycreated interactivevirtual set controlfor weatherpresentations on120 stations.
  13. 13. LARGE SCREEN INDOORTOUCH WINDOW SYSTEMGestPoint will turnyour storefrontwindow into a largeinteractive advertisingdisplay that attractscustomers to yourlocation.
  14. 14. CNNVideo gesturecontrol”technology wasused in acustom 10-screen displayfor CNNsCorporateHeadquarters.
  15. 15. ILLUMINATE KIOSKAn interactive kiosksystem using cutting-edge kiosk technology ina portable illuminatekiosk display. This sleekand contemporarymultimedia touchscreenkiosk functions as atouchscreen surfacecomputer.
  16. 16. THE HOCKEY HALLOF FAMEThe Hockey Hall of Famerecently introduced theirinteractive GestPointdisplay that provided aunique 3D globe interfacethat allows the user toselect videos andresearch Hockeys historyin an innovativeenvironment
  17. 17. FRAME
  18. 18. INTERACTIVE DISPLAY
  19. 19. USING HAND GESTURE
  20. 20. NEW DEVLOPMENTS Processing costs have decreasedconsiderably over time Combine image- and device-basedtechniques
  21. 21. CONCLUSIONNow we observe that Gesture Recognitionstechnology is suitable for any size oforganization. And it is fifty time faster thenother media for interaction with computer likekeyboard, trackball, joysticks, spring wheel,mouse, digital pen.
  22. 22. THANK YOU

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