Virtual Piano Design via Single-View Video Based on Multifinger Actions Recognition

Abstract

As cameras become cheaper and gain popularity, vision-based input devices are highly desired and may now become a feasible solution. In this paper, a vision-based virtual piano mechanism is proposed. By tacking and analyzing the motion of the fingertips, the system can detect keystrokes and play the corresponding note on a seven-key virtual piano. Experimental results show the precision and efficiency of the proposed scheme.

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@article{Yeh2010VirtualPD, title={Virtual Piano Design via Single-View Video Based on Multifinger Actions Recognition}, author={Chia-Hung Yeh and Wen-Yu Tseng and Jia-Chi Bai and Ruey-Nan Yeh and Sun-Chen Wang and Po-Yi Sung}, journal={2010 3rd International Conference on Human-Centric Computing}, year={2010}, pages={1-5} }