Human posture recognition using human skeleton provided by Kinect

  title={Human posture recognition using human skeleton provided by Kinect},
  author={Thi-Lan Le and Minh-Quoc Nguyen and Thi-Thanh-Mai Nguyen},
  journal={2013 International Conference on Computing, Management and Telecommunications (ComManTel)},
Human posture recognition is an attractive and challenging topic in computer vision because of its wide range of application. The coming of low cost device Kinect with its SDK gives us a possibility to resolve with ease some difficult problems encountered when working with conventional cameras. In this paper, we explore the capacity of using skeleton information provided by Kinect for human posture recognition in a context of a health monitoring framework. We conduct 7 different experiments… CONTINUE READING
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