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A pervasive gesture-driven augmented reality prototype using wireless sensor body area networks

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A pervasive gesture-driven augmented reality prototype using wireless sensor body area networks
This paper describes the prototype implementation of a pervasive, wearable augmented reality (AR) system based on a full bodymotion-capture system using low-power wireless sensors. The system uses body motion to visualize and interact with virtual objects populating AR settings. Body motion is used to implement a whole body gesture-driven interface to manipulate the virtual objects. Gestures are mapped to correspondent behaviors for virtual objects, such as controlling the playback and volume of virtual audio players or displaying a virtual object’s metadata. Categories and Subject Descriptors H.5.1 [Multimedia Information Systems]: Artificial, Augmented and Virtual Realities H.5.2 [User Interfaces]: Input Devices and Strategies General Terms Algorithms, Design, Experimentation. Keywords HCI, User Interaction, Orientation, Augmented Reality, Mobile Computing, Body Area Networks, Wireless Sensor Networks, Upper Body Gesture Recognition
Peter Barrie, Andreas Komninos, Oleksii Mandrychen
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where MOBILITY
Authors Peter Barrie, Andreas Komninos, Oleksii Mandrychenko
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