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International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science


Human Computer Interaction Based HEMD Using Hand Gesture

( Vol-3,Issue-5,May 2017 )

Author(s): A. Stenila, M.Merlin Asuntha



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Page No: 587-590
ijaems crossref doiDOI: 10.24001/ijaems.3.5.30

Keywords:

Gestalt User Interface, Human Apparatus Interaction, HCI, HEMD, Man Apparatus Interaction, VUI.

Abstract:

Hand gesture based Human-Computer-Interaction (HCI) is one of the most normal and spontaneous ways to communicate between people and apparatus to present a hand gesture recognition system with Webcam, Operates robustly in unrestrained environment and is insensible to hand variations and distortions. This classification consists of two major modules, that is, hand detection and gesture recognition. Diverse from conventional vision-based hand gesture recognition methods that use color-markers for hand detection, this system uses both the depth and color information from Webcam to detect the hand shape, which ensures the sturdiness in disorderly environments. Assurance its heftiness to input variations or the distortions caused by the low resolution of webcam, to apply a novel shape distance metric called Handle Earth Mover's Distance (HEMD) for hand gesture recognition. Consequently, in this paper concept operates accurately and efficiently. The intend of this paper is to expand robust and resourceful hand segmentation algorithm where three algorithms for hand segmentation using different color spaces with required thresholds have were utilized. Hand tracking and segmentation algorithm is found to be most resourceful to handle the challenge of apparition based organization such as skin dye detection. Noise may hold, for a moment, in the segmented image due to lively background. Tracking algorithm was developed and applied on the segmented hand contour for elimination of unnecessary background noise

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