HandsDown: hand-contour-based user identification for interactive surfaces

@inproceedings{Schmidt2010HandsDownHU,
  title={HandsDown: hand-contour-based user identification for interactive surfaces},
  author={Dominik Schmidt and Ming Ki Chong and Hans-Werner Gellersen},
  booktitle={NordiCHI},
  year={2010}
}
HandsDown is a novel technique for user identification on interactive surfaces. It enables users to access personal data on a shared surface, to associate objects with their identity, and to fluidly customize appearance, content, or functionality of the user interface. To identify, users put down their hand flat on the surface. HandsDown is based on hand contour analysis; neither user instrumentation nor external devices are required for identification. Characteristic features of the hand are… CONTINUE READING
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