Cheng-Sheng Chan

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Anticipating human intention by observing one’s actions has many applications. For instance, picking up a cellphone, then a charger (actions) implies that one wants to charge the cellphone (intention) (Fig. 1). By anticipating the intention, an intelligent system can guide the user to the closest power outlet. We propose an on-wrist motion triggered sensing(More)
We propose HandCam (Fig. 1), a novel wearable camera capturing activities of hands, for recognizing human behaviors. HandCam has two main advantages over egocentric systems [10, 5, 23]: (1) it avoids the need to detect hands and manipulation regions; (2) it observes the activities of hands almost at all time. These nice properties enable HandCam to(More)
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