Real-time Gesture Recognition with the Perseus System

@inproceedings{Kahn1996RealtimeGR,
  title={Real-time Gesture Recognition with the Perseus System},
  author={Roger E. Kahn and Michael J. Swain and Peter N. Prokopowicz},
  year={1996}
}
Interpersonal communication involves more than simply spoken information. Gestures are commonly used to more e ciently and precisely communicate. An important gesture because of its descriptive power and frequency of use is pointing. To produce a more natural and powerful human-robot interface, we have developed a purposive visual architecture called Perseus and have used it to locate objects a person is pointing to. With Perseus, in real-time, we are able to determine when a person enters the… CONTINUE READING
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