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Title: Gesture-based model of mixed reality human-computer interface
Authors: Kumar A
Mantri A.
Keywords: Gestures
Mixed reality
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Abstract: Presently, the quickly evolving concept is of smart city development with the self-reliant capability to face challenges or problems of societies. The expansion or growth of any organization is possible only by improving existing systems and expanding their services to meet all human needs. Technologies, like virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed reality, and human-computer interaction, have grown manifolds. These technologies find space in applications related to manufacturing, education, entertainment, media, IT industry, and the real-estate sector. Out of these technologies, mixed reality and human-computer interaction are evolving at a higher pace. This paper presents the conceptual framework of the gesture-based mixed-reality human-computer interface system for future application development in the above areas. The interaction between people and computers, specifically digital devices, is easily visible. Technology has contributed a lot in making these interactions more and more natural with the integration of new technologies altogether. The presented model employs computer-linked hand gestures and shows the corresponding operation on the head-mounted display (HMD) device.
URI: 10.1109/SMART50582.2020.9337130
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