Gesture Based Interface Using Motion and Image Comparison

Jophin, Shany; M.S, Sheethal; Philip, Priya; Bhruguram, T. M.
June 2012
International Journal of Advanced Information Technology;Jun2012, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p37
Academic Journal
This paper gives a new approach for movement of mouse and implementation of its functions using a real time camera. Here we propose to change the hardware design. Most of the existing technologies mainly depend on changing the mouse parts features like changing the position of tracking ball and adding more buttons. We use a camera, colored substance, image comparison technology and motion detection technology to control mouse movement and implement its functions (right click, left click, scrolling and double click) .


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