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Two-person interaction detection using body-pose features and multiple instance learning
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Human activity recognition has potential to impact a wide range of applications from surveillance to human computer interfaces to content based video retrieval. Expand
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Reducing consistency in human realism increases the uncanny valley effect; increasing category uncertainty does not
Human replicas may elicit unintended cold, eerie feelings in viewers, an effect known as the uncanny valley. Masahiro Mori, who proposed the effect in 1970, attributed it to inconsistencies in theExpand
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Familiar faces rendered strange: Why inconsistent realism drives characters into the uncanny valley
Computer-modeled characters resembling real people sometimes elicit cold, eerie feelings. This effect, called the uncanny valley, has been attributed to uncertainty about whether the character isExpand
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Categorization-based stranger avoidance does not explain the uncanny valley effect
The uncanny valley hypothesis predicts that an entity appearing almost human risks eliciting cold, eerie feelings in viewers. Categorization-based stranger avoidance theory identifies the cause ofExpand
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Laid-Back, Touchless Collaboration around Wall-size Displays: Visual Feedback and Affordances
To facilitate interaction and collaboration around ultrahigh-resolution, Wall-Size Displays (WSD), post-WIMP interaction modes like touchless and multi-touch have opened up new, unprecedentedExpand
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Beyond Presentation: Shared Slideware Control as a Resource for Collocated Collaboration
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We report on a detailed naturalistic case of using presentation in a design meeting, where participants used Office Social, an experimental slideware technology that enabled open access to shared interaction with slides across multiple devices. Expand
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Multimodal Tagging of Human Motion Using Skeletal Tracking With Kinect(TM)
of the Thesis Multimodal Tagging of Human Motion Using Skeletal Tracking With KinectTM by Debaleena Chattopadhyay Master of Science in Computer Science Stony Brook University 2011 Recognizing movesExpand
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Touchless circular menus: toward an intuitive UI for touchless interactions with large displays
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We introduce and evaluate Touchless Circular Menus (TCM)---a touchless menu system optimized for large displays, which enables users to make simple directional movements for selecting commands. Expand
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Understanding Visual Feedback in Large-Display Touchless Interactions: An Exploratory Study
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We investigate how large-display touchless interactions are affected by (1) types of visual feedback—discrete, partial, and continuous; (2) alternative forms of touchless cursors; (3) approaches to visualize target-selection; and (4) persistent visual cues to support out-of-range and drag-and-drop gestures. Expand
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Motor-Intuitive Interactions Based on Image Schemas: Aligning Touchless Interaction Primitives with Human Sensorimotor Abilities
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We operationalized intuitive touchless interaction using the intuitive interaction framework, and demonstrated how user performance of a motor-intuitive, touchless primitive based on sensorimotor knowledge (image schemas) is affected by biomechanical factors. Expand
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