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Computer Interaction System using Hand Posture Identification

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Computer Interaction System using Hand Posture Identification
Natural and friendly interface is critical for the development of service robots. Gesture-based interface offers a way to enable untrained users to interact with robots more easily and efficiently. Robots are, or soon will be, used in such critical domains as search and rescue, military battle, mine and bomb detection, scientific exploration, law enforcement, and hospital care. Such robots must coordinate their behaviors with the requirements and expectations of human team members; they are more than mere tools but rather quasi-team members whose tasks have to be integrated with those of humans. In this sense, this paper goal is to present a method which is used for Posture recognition technique applied in ubiquitous computing and used the efficient bio inspired posture recognition algorithm for our proposed scheme. Here we present a scheme which reduces the size of the database which is used to store different postures of human beings which are used by robot as commands. The picture ...
Sushma D. Ghode, S. A. Chhabria, R. V. Dharaskar
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where JDCTA
Authors Sushma D. Ghode, S. A. Chhabria, R. V. Dharaskar
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