“A smart wireless glove for gesture interaction”

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    A smart wireless glove for gesture interaction

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    This work presents a proximity-aware smart wireless glove to be used as a gesture interface. The system is based on commodity components and combines accelerometers and bend sensors. The glove, that features on-board intelligence and can be associated to any Bluetooth device in a user-transparent way, can be wirelessly programmed and combined with other gloves or other motion sensors within a body area network. The system has been tested in a number of challenging applications: 3D game environment, interaction with 3D graphical shapes, music in a MIDI application, as a pointing device in a cultural heritage application.

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    1. Sama, M., Pacella, V., Farella, E., Benini, L., and Ricco, B. 2006. 3did: a low-power, low-cost hand motion capture device. Design, Automation and Test in Europe, 2006, DATE ’06. Proceedings 2, 6 pp.


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