Gesture Frame – A Screen Navigation System for Interactive Multimedia Kiosks
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- Li Y., Groenegress C., Strauss W., Fleischmann M. (2004) Gesture Frame – A Screen Navigation System for Interactive Multimedia Kiosks. In: Camurri A., Volpe G. (eds) Gesture-Based Communication in Human-Computer Interaction. GW 2003. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 2915. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
In this article we present the gesture frame, a system based on quasi-electrostatic field sensing. The system captures the arm gestures of the user and translates pointing gestures into screen coordinates and selection command, which become a gesture-based, hands-free interface for browsing and searching multimedia archives of an information kiosk in public spaces. The interface is intuitive and body-centered, and the playful interaction allows visitors to experience a new and magical means to communicate with computers. The system can be placed on or behind any surface and can be used as a user interface in conjunction with any display device.
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