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We present a system for generation and recognition of oscillatory gestures. Inspired by gestures used in two representative human-to-human control areas, we consider a set of oscillatory motions and refine from them a 24 gesture lexicon. Each gesture is modeled as a dynamical system with added geometric constraints to allow for real time gesture recognition using a small amount of processing time and memory. The gestures are used to control a pan-tilt camera neck. We propose extensions for use in areas such as mobile robot control and telerobotics.
Cohen, Charles J.; Conway, Lynn; and Koditschek, Daniel E., "Dynamical system representation, generation, and recognition of basic oscillatory motion gestures" (1996). Departmental Papers (ESE). Paper 376.
Date Posted: 03 June 2008
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