Byung-Chang Kang

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We propose a real-time hand gesture interface based on combining a stereo pair of biologically inspired event-based dynamic vision sensor (DVS) silicon retinas with neuromorphic event-driven postprocessing. Compared with conventional vision or 3-D sensors, the use of DVSs, which output asynchronous and sparse events in response to motion, eliminates the(More)
In this paper we present a simple technique for real-time touchless hand gesture user interface (UI) for mobile devices based on a biologically inspired vision sensor, the dynamic vision sensor (DVS). The DVS can detect a moving object in a fast and cost effective way by outputting events asynchronously on edges of the object. The output events are(More)
This demonstration shows a natural gesture interface for console entertainment devices using as input a stereo pair of dynamic vision sensors. The event-based processing of the sparse sensor output allows fluid interaction at a laptop processor load of less than 3%. DOI: Posted at the Zurich Open Repository and(More)
Combining networks have been suggested to improve the performance of shared memory MIMD computer systems, which can be seriously degraded when many processors access a shared variable at virtually the same time. Although it has been claimed that combining improves performance, the performance improvement has not been fully analyzed because of the(More)
In this work, we studied the growth tendency of TiO2 thin films deposited on a narrow-stripe area (<10 μm). TiO2 thin films were selectively deposited on OTS patterned Si(100) substrates by MOCVD. The experimental data showed that the film growth tendency was divided into two behaviors above and below a line patterning width of 4 μm. The relationship(More)
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