Visual Interpretation of Hand Gestures for Human-Computer Interaction: A Review

@article{Pavlovic1997VisualIO,
  title={Visual Interpretation of Hand Gestures for Human-Computer Interaction: A Review},
  author={Vladimir Pavlovic and Rajeev Sharma and Thomas S. Huang},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell.},
  year={1997},
  volume={19},
  pages={677-695}
}
The use of hand gestures provides an attractive alternative to cumbersome interface devices for human-computer interaction (HCI). In particular, visual interpretation of hand gestures can help in achieving the ease and naturalness desired for HCI. This has motivated a very active research area concerned with computer vision-based analysis and interpretation of hand gestures. We survey the literature on visual interpretation of hand gestures in the context of its role in HCI. This discussion is… CONTINUE READING

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