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Vision for a smart kiosk

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Vision for a smart kiosk
We describe a novel computer vision application: visionbased human sensing for a Smart Kiosk interface. A Smart Kiosk is a free-standing information dispensing computer appliance capable of engaging in public interactions with multiple people. Vision sensing is a critical component of the kiosk interface, where it is used to determine the context for the interaction. We present a taxonomy of vision problems for a kiosk interface and describe a prototype kiosk which uses color stereo tracking and graphical output to interact with several users.
James M. Rehg, Maria Loughlin, Keith Waters
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Year 1997
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Authors James M. Rehg, Maria Loughlin, Keith Waters
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