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ARKB: 3D vision-based Augmented Reality Keyboard

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ARKB: 3D vision-based Augmented Reality Keyboard
In this paper, we propose a wearable 3D Augmented Reality Keyboard (ARKB) which enables a user to type text or control CG objects without using conventional interfaces, such as keyboard or mouse. The proposed ARKB exploits 3D depth information obtained through a stereo camera attached to an HMD. The ARKB consists of three modules: (i) 3D vision-based tracking, (ii) natural interaction with fingers, and (iii) audiovisual feedback on the 3D video see-through HMD. The proposed ARKB can be applied as an interface for typing in AR environment. The remaining challenges are study on tracking method to improve accuracy and newly designed virtual keyboard which is proper in representing the advantage of the interaction in 3D space. Key words: Augmented Reality, Virtual keyboard, 3D vision-based, Natural interaction
Minkyung Lee, Woontack Woo
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ICAT
Authors Minkyung Lee, Woontack Woo
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