“Gesture-Based Ping-Pong Game Using Real-Time Depth-Image Input Device” by Yamauchi

  • ©Yasunobu Yamauchi

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    Gaming & Interactive

Title:

    Gesture-Based Ping-Pong Game Using Real-Time Depth-Image Input Device

Session/Category Title:   3D Interaction


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Abstract:


    Real-time gesture flow based on a 3D interface that employs a depth-image input device. This sketch includes a demonstration of an interactive ping-pong game in which the user’s 3D hand posture is detected without any body-encumbering devices.

References:


    1. Numazaki S. et al. (1998). A kinetic and 3D image input device. CHI ’98, 237-238.
    2. Pavlovic, V.I., Sharma, R., & Huang, T.S. (1997). Visual interpretation of hand gestures for human-computer interaction: A review. IEEE Trans. Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 19 (7), 677-695.


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