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Developing handwriting recognition systems that are fast and highly reliable is a challenging problem that has become increasingly relevant following the broad acceptance of hand-held devices that… Continue Reading
Hand pose recognition has been a problem of great interest to the Computer Vision and Human Computer Interaction community for many years and the current solutions either require additional… Continue Reading
Pressure is a useful medium for interaction as it can be used in different contexts such as for navigating through depth in 3-D, for time-series visualizations, and in zoomable interfaces. We propose… Continue Reading
Hand gesture interpretation is an open research problem in Human Computer Interaction (HCI), which involves locating gesture boundaries (Gesture Spotting) in a continuous video sequence and… Continue Reading
With touch-based interfaces becoming commonplace on personal computing devices ranging from phones and slates to notebook and desktop PCs, a number of common tasks that were once performed using… Continue Reading
Simple “electronic clipboards” such as Pegasus NotesTaker and ACECAD DigiMemo offer a cost effective solution for capturing handwritten notes in electronic form, in many settings such as meetings,… Continue Reading