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Gesture Supporting Smart Notice Board Using Augmented Reality

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Abstract

Generally, notice board is the most important thing in the academic institution and public places. However, conveying various notifications day-to-day is an extremely difficult strategy. This paper focus on advanced notice board called the Smart Notice Board (SNB) follows the novel procedure to obtain the data for the users. The information is generally reached by the authorized person only. Moreover, the approved users only can see the content of the SNB. The user can communicate with Board by free hand using Augmented Reality Interface. The AR Interface is an integrated interface system that links a network of smart devices together, and allows users to communicate with the physical objects using hand gestures. The user wears a smart glass which shows the user interface in an augmented reality view. The Hand signals are identified by the smart glass and after recognizing the correct hand gesture input, the SNB will communicate with the associated smart devices to carry out the designated operations. SNB provides common inter-device operations such as file transfer, printing, zooming and touch screen based operations.

Keywords

Augmeneted reality Smart board Gesture support board Virtual bulletin board 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.KCG College of TechnologyChennaiIndia

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