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학술대회 HandPoseMenu: Hand Posture-Based Virtual Menus for Changing Interaction Mode in 3D Space
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박찬호, 조현우, 박상헌, 윤영석, 정성욱
International Conference on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces (ISS) 2019, pp.361-366
19CS1200, 사용자 참여형 문화공간 콘텐츠를 위한 AR 플랫폼 기술개발 , 정성욱
A system control technique (changing the interaction mode) is needed to provide various spatial interaction techniques for virtual, augmented and mixed reality (VR/AR/MR) applications. We propose HandPoseMenu, a hand posture-based virtual menus system in 3D space. HandPoseMenu recognizes the non-dominant hand's posture using a depth sensor that is attached to a wearable display and presents the virtual menu corresponding to the hand posture beside the non-dominant hand. When the user selects a desired function among the presented menu as a dominant hand, the interaction mode changes. The combination of the two system controls (graphical menu and hand posture) makes it possible to display the menu that the user wants to use in 3D space. This paper describes the implementation of HandPoseMenu and its application.
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3D space, Augmented and mixed reality, Control technique, Depth sensor, Interaction Techniques, Interaction mode, Mode change, Non-dominant hand, Spatial interaction, Wearable Display, hand posture