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 Title & Authors
Video event control system by recognition of depth touch
Lee, Dong-Seok; Kwon, Soon-Kak;
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 Abstract
Various events of stop, playback, capture, and zoom-in/out in playing video is available in the monitor of a small size such as smart phones. However, if the size of the display increases, then the cost of the touch recognition is increased, thus provision of a touch event is not possible in practice. In this paper, we propose a video event control system that recognizes a touch inexpensively from the depth information, then provides the variety of events of the toggle, the pinch-in / out by the single or multi-touch. The proposed method finds a touch location and the touch path by the depth information from a depth camera, and determines the touch gesture type. This touch interface algorithm is implemented in a small single-board system, and can control the video event by sending the gesture information through the UART communication. Simulation results show that the proposed depth touch method can control the various events in a large screen.
 Keywords
Depth information;Touch gesture;Touch interface;Event control;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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