In this paper, we propose a gesture-based interface designed to interact
with panoramic scenes. The system combines novel static gestures with a fast hand
tracking method. Our proposal is to use static gestures as shortcuts to activate
functionalities of the system (i.e. volume up/down, mute, pause, etc.), and hand
tracking to freely explore the panoramic video. The overall system is multi-user, and
incorporates a user identification module based on face recognition, which is able
both to recognize returning users and to add new users online. The system exploits
depth data, making it robust to challenging illumination conditions.We show through
experimental results the performance of every component of the system compared to the state of the art. We also show the results of a usability study performed with
several untrained users.
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CitationAlcoverro, M. [et al.]. Gesture control interface for immersive panoramic displays. "Multimedia tools and applications", 25 Juliol 2013.
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