Shahidul Islam

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Motion-based control of video games has gained significant attention from both academic and industrial research groups for the unique interactive experiences it offers. Of particular research interest has been the control of games through gesture-based interfaces enabled by 3D cameras that have recently been made affordable. However, existing research has(More)
The control of computers and electronics through hand gestures has gained significant industry and academic attention lately for the usability benefits and convenience that it offers users. Of particular research interest has been the control of living room environments containing televisions and set-top boxes. However, existing research has failed to(More)
A novel real-time depth-mapping principle and camera where pulsed laser light is combined with a gain-modulated camera and a phase-locked loop control of laser intensity is described in this paper. The depth resolution is variable depending on the resolution of the camera and of the gating possibilities of the sensor. A sensor of 1 Mpixel is used providing(More)
A gesture-based human computer interface can make computers and devices easier to use, such as by allowing people to share photos by moving their hands through the air. Existing solutions have relied on exotic hardware, often involving elaborate setups limited to the research lab. Gesture recognition algorithms used so far are not practical or responsive(More)
Gesture Control dominates presently the research on new human computer interfaces. The domain covers both the sensors to capture gestures and also the driver software which interprets the gesture mapping it onto a robust command. More recently, there is a trend to use depth-mapping camera as the 2D cameras fall short in assuring the conditions of real-time(More)
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This paper introduces a Sensor Array System for the 3D capture and representation of users' limb and body movements. It also develops a design and implementation of a Wireless Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) Sensor Array. By placing sensors on one's arm, hand, upper leg and lower leg, data needed by the application developers to represent the body pose of(More)