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An Enhanced Computer Vision Based Hand Movement Capturing System with Stereo Vision
Manaram Gnanasekera, Nalan Karunanayake
Pages - 1 - 7     |    Revised - 29-02-2016     |    Published - 01-04-2016
Volume - 10   Issue - 1    |    Publication Date - April 2016  Table of Contents
Computer Vision, Object tracking, Meanshift, Stereo Vision.
This framework is a hand movement capturing method which could be done in three different depth levels. The algorithm has the capability of capturing and identifying when the hand is moving up, down, right and left. From these captured movements four signals could be generated. Moreover, when these hand movements are done, 15cm-75cm, 75cm-100cm, 100cm- 200cm from the camera (3 depth levels), twelve different signals could be generated. These generated signals could be used for applications such as game controlling (gaming).The existing method uses an object area based method for depth analysis. The results of the proposed work shows it has high accuracy compared to the existing method when tested for depth analysis.
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Dr. Manaram Gnanasekera
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology Malabe, 10115 - Sri Lanka
Mr. Nalan Karunanayake
University of Sri Jayawardenapura - Sri Lanka