Hands Popie using coin size wireless sensor
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Human gestures are typical examples of non-verbal communication, and help people communicate smoothly. However, using camera to recognizing gesture needs high processing power and suffer from delays in recognition . Popie is a pen-based menu interface that facilitate the entering of Japanese text, but the user must be attached to screen in order to use this interface. So our main motivation is how we should design a user interface that use cookie wireless sensor as an input device. In this paper we describe the interface setting, method of recognizing full hand gestures and direction from 3D-accelerometer data.
Human Computer Interaction, Wireless sensors