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Touchless controlling technology using gesture recognisation

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Touchless controlling technology using gesture recognisation

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Touchless controlling technology using gesture recognisation

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  2. 2. TOUCHLESS CONTROLLING TECHNOLOGY USING GESTURE RECOGNIATION Athul February 2, 2014
  3. 3.  At first time controlling of devices by switchces  1898 : Radio wave remote controller by Nikola tesla  1903 : Electro magnetic wave remote controller by Learnado Torres  1939 : First battery controlled wireless remote controller  1965 : First IR remote controller  1977 : Touch screen technology by CERN.  Now : Touchless controlling technology. 2 February 2014 2 February 2014
  4. 4.  It is an advanced technology for controlling equipments. .  Elliptic labs is invented this technology.  Gone are the days when people have to fiddle with touchscreen & end scratching up.  For controlling the devices, just wave or pointing the hand to the screen  In this technology, sensors and cameras are used for gesture recoganisation 2 February 2014
  5. 5. WORKING 2 February 2014
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  7. 7. It is the controlling of the devices without touching it or without using remote controller. Here the controlling is done by our presents or using gesture.  Gesture is the action or movement which contain a meaning.  By an action or movement, we can control the equipments.  2 February 2014
  8. 8. FLOWCHART TOUCHLESS CONTROLLING TECHNOLOGY VOICE RECOGNISATION GESTURE RECOGNISATION USING MOTIONSENSORS USING CAMERAS PASSIVE SENSORS ACTIVE SENSORS 2 February 2014
  9. 9. FLOWCHART TOUCHLESS CONTROLLING TECHNOLOGY VOICE RECOGNISATION GESTURE RECOGNISATION USING MOTIONSENSORS USING CAMERAS PASSIVE SENSORS ACTIVE SENSORS 2 February 2014
  10. 10. TOUCHLESS CONTROLLING USING GUSTER  USING ACTIVE SENSORS  USING PASSIVE SENSORS  USING CAMERAS 2 February 2014
  11. 11. ACTIVE & PASSIVE SENSORS ACTIVE PASSIVE 2 February 2014
  12. 12. GESTURE RECOGNISATION USING ACTIVE SENORS 2 February 2014
  13. 13. Components required Microcontroller  Infra red Light Emitting Diodes  Lens  Filter  Motion sensor(Active type)  2 February 2014
  14. 14. WORKING  Infrared LED and lens creates a 3D field .  When an gesturing, receiver receive the reflected infrared light.  The filter will filter the signal and give to the motion senor.  The sensor will recognize the gesture and give signal to the microcontroller.  The microcontroller will execute the action. 2 February 2014
  15. 15. FIELD GENERATOR FILTER MEMORY IR PROXIMITY MOTION/ ORENTATION SENSOR MICRO CONTROLLER TOUCHLESS CONTROLLING USING ACTIVE 2014 SENSORS 2 February
  16. 16. INFRARED PROXIMITY SENSOR WITH FILTER 2 February 2014
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  18. 18. Components required  Microprocessor  Valves/relays  Filter  Field sensor 2 February 2014
  19. 19. Working  It can be apply for ON / OFF controlling of equipments  Human body emits IR of wavelength 10 micro meter.  The filter receive this IR and give to sensor.  Sensor will give signal to the microprocessor.  Microprocessor will give signal for ON / OFF. 2 February 2014
  20. 20. TARGET DEVICE 10MM FILTER RELAYS / VALVES MICRO PROCESSOR MEMORY TOUCHLESS CONTROLLING USING PASSIVE SENSORS 2 February 2014
  21. 21. Using camera     A 2D camera is used for detecting gesture. It is based on software. It can track hands or figure tips accuresly. The software will be processing the images and find the gesture . Input to processor Gesture recognisation 2 February 2014 output
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  23. 23. APPLICATIONS Controlling of equipment like TV, PC, Tablet computers, mp3 players, etc.  It can be used in robotics.  It can be used in military uses. In home automation. For automatic taps, automatic lights, automatic gates, etc. 2 February 2014
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  25. 25. ADVANTAGES  It have long life than the touch screen technology.  It is very easy to operate.  It is a reliable technology when comparing to others.  It offering operation with no time loss.  Some of the touchscreens which are placed in public place like railway station, airport , etc are causing spreading of germs to others. Touchless technology ignoring this problem.  Touching continuasly on screen decreases the sensitivity of touchscreens. Touchless controlling has no such problems. 2 February 2014
  26. 26. DISADVANTAGES  Cost of this technology is high, when comparing to other technology  It have complex design  Complex design cause difficult when maintenance is needed  Muliple persons controlling same time make difficult.  For image-based gesture recognition there are limitations on the equipment used and image noise. 2 February 2014
  27. 27. SCOPE FOR FUTURE  It have many scopes in automation field.  In robotics, it can be used for creating advanced robots  In future, all the touch screens may replaced by touchless controlling technology.  In future, all the input devices like keyboard, moue, etc will be replaced by our body. 2 February 2014
  28. 28. CONCLUSION Today’s thoughts are again around user interface. Efforts are being put to better the technology day-in and day-out. The Touchless touch screen user interface can be used effectively in computers, cell phones, webcams and laptops. May be few years down the line, our body can be transformed into a virtual mouse, virtual keyboard and what not??, Our body may be turned in to an input device! 2 February 2014
  29. 29. REFERENCE         www.Seminarpaper.com www.Authorstream.com www.Gizmag.com www.Pptsforece.blogspot.com www.Wikipedia.com www.slideshare.com www.wikianswers.com www.seminarprojects.com 2 February 2014
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