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Title

Finger Tracking In Real Time Human Computer Interaction

Author

T.VIJITHA, J.PUSHPA KUMARI

Citation

Vol. 14  No. 1  pp. 83-93

Abstract

A long time research on human-computer for interaction (HCI) has been restricted to techniques based on the use of monitor, keyboard and mouse. Recently this paradigm has changed. Techniques such as vision, sound, speech recognition, projective displays and location aware devices allow for a much richer, multi-modal interaction between man and machine. Finger-tracking is usage of bare hand to operate a computer in order to make human-computer interaction much more faster and easier. Fingertip finding deals with extraction of information from hand features and positions. In this method we use the position and direction of the fingers in order to get the required segmented region of interest. Finger finding deals with extraction of information from hand features and positions. In this method we use the position and direction of the fingers in order to get the required segmented region of interest. Finger pointing systems aim to replace pointing and clicking devices like the mouse with the bare hand.

Keywords

Real Time, Finger Tracking

URL

http://paper.ijcsns.org/07_book/201401/20140115.pdf