S control: Accelerometer-based gesture recognition for media control

  title={S control: Accelerometer-based gesture recognition for media control},
  author={Haresh S. Chudgar and Siddhartha Mukherjee and Kulwant Sharma},
  journal={2014 International Conference on Advances in Electronics Computers and Communications},
Wearable devices such as Samsung Galaxy Gear enable intuitive interaction with media devices via hand gestures. The hand gestures are detected using the inertial sensors present in wearable devices. Existing sensor based gesture detection algorithms have limitations which prevent its use in smart wearable devices and smart phones. There are two major limitations, one is gesture spotting in a stream of continuous sensor data and another is the amount of training required to arrive at acceptable… CONTINUE READING


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