Head and Hand Detection using Kinect Camera 360

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Author(s):
Mostafa Karbasi, Ahmad Waqas, Parham Nooralishahi, Seyed Mohammad Reza Mazloomnezhad
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June 05, 2015
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Volume 4, Issue 6
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1 - 7
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kinect, head detection, hand detection, indoor
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Mostafa Karbasi, Ahmad Waqas, Parham Nooralishahi, Seyed Mohammad Reza Mazloomnezhad, "Head and Hand Detection using Kinect Camera 360". International Journal of Research in Computer Science, 4 (6): pp. 1-7, June 2015. Other Formats

Abstract

Using head and hand blobs as an input to the computer are very crucial for human-computer interaction (HCI) applications. These blobs play an important role in bridging the information gap between a human and computer. One of the famous technologies that play a crucial role as an advanced input device for HCI is the Kinect camera developed by Microsoft. Kinect camera (codenamed Project Nathal) has a distinct advantage over other 3D cameras because it obtains more accurate depth information of a subject easily and very fast. By using Kinect, one can track up to six people concurrently and also obtain motion analysis with feature extraction. Being extremely useful in indoor HCI applications, it cannot be used in outdoor applications because its infrared depth sensor makes it extremely sensitive to sunlight

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