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Research Paper | Computer Science & Engineering | India | Volume 6 Issue 5, May 2017
User Interaction System Controller for Presentation using Kinect
Prakash Sukhdeo Sawai | Vijaya K. Shandilya
Abstract: The most important research field of HCI (Human Computer Interaction) is recognition of Gesture as it's a natural way to communicate with user and system. Gesture based on Human computer Interaction having a wide range of application from games to augmented reality and still it is exploring in various field. The major objective of this work is to develop a Presentation System Controller for User while giving presentation anywhere using Microsoft Kinect depth sensor which will be going to integrated with the application develop. I am focusing on hand recognition of user with skeleton tracking for controlling the application and solving the problem which incurs real time vision based gesture tracking, hand detection for communicating with the application. The Work can be divided into two major modules namely, Hand Detection and Gesture Recognition. For hand detection, the application uses the Kinect for Windows Software Development Kit (SDK)  and its skeletal tracking features to detect a user's hand which enables the user to control the application. By using Gesture Detection and Hand Tracking I have develop an application which will work like a controller for the User for making their presentation simpler and attractive with their Natural Interface.
Keywords: Kinect, Hand Detection, Skeleton tracking, Human Computer Interaction
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 5, May 2017,
Pages: 2450 - 2453
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