Hand gesture

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  • In the paper, we introduce a real-time hand gesture recognition method using a neural network. The underlying system is an automatic music display system which consists of three modules; feature extraction module, pattern classification module, and display control module.

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  • This paper introduces a new approach of dynamic hand gestures controlling method. Different from existing method, the proposed gestures controlling method using a cyclical pattern of hand shape as well as the meaning of hand gestures through hand movements.

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài:Dynamic Hand Gesture Recognition Using the Skeleton of the Hand

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  • When I first heard about ‘body language’ at a seminar in 1971, I became so excited about it that I wanted to learn more. The speaker told us about some of the research done by Professor Ray Birdwhistell at the University of Louisville, which had shown that more human communication took place by the use of gestures, postures, position and distances than by any other method.

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  • Bài báo trình bày một số kết quả nhận dạng cử chỉ của bàn tay người theo thời gian thực sử dụng thông tin thu được từ cảm biến Kinect của hãng Microsoft. Một số kết quả chính của hướng nghiên cứu được trình bày như: Kỹ thuật tách vùng bàn tay, nhận dạng tư thế của bàn tay, đề xuất thuật toán hiệu chỉnh kết quả nhận dạng từ chuỗi các tư thế. Kết quả nhận dạng cho độ chính xác khả quan (trên 93%) tạo tiền đề cho các ứng dụng tương tác người máy theo thời gian thực.

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  • In a lawyer’s office the prosecutor may be seen using a fists-clenched arm-cross while the defence may have taken the arm-gripping position. Status can influence arm-folding gestures. A superior type can make his superiority felt in the presence of persons he has just met by not folding his arms. Say, for example, that at a company social function, the general manager is introduced to several new employees whom he has not met. Having greeted them with a dominant handshake, he stands at the social distance from the new employees with his hands by his side, behind his back in the...

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  • The female version varies slightly; the knees are held together, the feet may be to one side and the hands rest side by side or one on top of the other resting on the upper legs (Figure 88). During more than a decade of interviewing and selling to people, our observation has revealed that, when the interviewee locks his ankles, he is mentally ‘biting his lip’. The gesture is one of holding back a negative attitude, emotion, nervousness or fear. For example, a lawyer friend of mine told me that he had often noticed that, just prior to a...

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  • The aggressive-readiness clusters are used by professional models to give the impression that their clothing is for the modem, aggressive, forward-thinking woman. Occasionally the gesture may be done with only one hand on the hip and the other displaying another gesture (Figure 99). Critical evaluation gestures are often seen with the hands-on-hips pose. Seated Readiness One of the most valuable gestures that a negotiator can learn to recognise is seated readiness.

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  • In motion pictures, the leader of a motorcycle gang or criminal syndicate is usually portrayed as a tough, aggressive person who, as he smokes, tilts his head back sharply and with controlled precision blows the smoke awards the ceiling to demonstrate his superiority to the rest of the gang. In contrast, Humphrey Bogart was often cast as a gangster or criminal who always held his cigarette inverted in his hand and blew the smoke own from the corner of his mouth as he fanned a gaol break or other devious activity. There also appears to be a relationship between how...

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  • Fingers in the Mouth Morris’s explanation of this gesture is that the fingers are placed in the mouth when a person is under pressure. It is an unconscious attempt by the person to revert to the security of the child sucking on his mother’s breast. The young child substitutes his thumb for the breast and as an adult, he not only puts his fingers to his mouth but inserts such things as cigarettes, pipes, pens and the like into it. Whereas most hand-to-mouth gestures involve lying or deception, the fingers-in-mouth gesture is an outward manifestation of an inner need for...

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  • SHAKING HANDS Shaking hands is a relic of the caveman era. Whenever cavemen met, they would hold their arms in the air with their palms exposed to show that no weapons were being held or concealed. This palms-in-air gesture became modified over the centuries and such gestures as the palm raised in the air, the palm over the heart and numerous other variations developed. The modern form of this ancient greeting ritual is the interlocking and shaking of the palms which, in most English-speaking countries, is performed both on initial greeting and on departure.

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  • Create rich experiences for users of Windows 7 and Windows 8 Developer Preview with this pragmatic guide to the Kinect for Windows Software Development Kit (SDK). The author, a developer evangelist for Microsoft, walks you through Kinect sensor technology and the SDK—providing hands-on insights for how to add gesture and posture recognition to your apps. If you’re skilled in C# and Windows Presentation Foundation, you’ll learn how to integrate Kinect in your applications and begin writing UIs and controls that can handle Kinect interaction....

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  • Body language is non-verbal communication involving body movement. People in the workplace convey a great deal of information without even speaking through gesturing, posture, expressions,... Invite you to consult the text book for more documents serving the academic needs and research.

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  • Action cues or kinetics are body movements that convey messages. Posture, arm position, hand gestures, body movements, facial expressions, and eye contact all convey a message. The message may reflect a feeling, a mood, or an underlying physiological or psychological problem. A relaxed posture with arms at the sides conveys openness, whereas a tense posture with arms crossed may reflect anger, discomfort, or mistrust. A tense, guarded posture may also indicate pain.

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  • Non-verbal modalities such as gesture can improve processing of spontaneous spoken language. For example, similar hand gestures tend to predict semantic similarity, so features that quantify gestural similarity can improve semantic tasks such as coreference resolution. However, not all hand movements are informative gestures; psychological research has shown that speakers are more likely to gesture meaningfully when their speech is ambiguous.

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  • This paper addresses the issue of designing embodied conversational agents that exhibit appropriate posture shifts during dialogues with human users. Previous research has noted the importance of hand gestures, eye gaze and head nods in conversations between embodied agents and humans. We present an analysis of human monologues and dialogues that suggests that postural shifts can be predicted as a function of discourse state in monologues, and discourse and conversation state in dialogues.

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  • A- TỪ VỰNG alone (adv) một mình gift (n) món quà associate (n) người cộng tác host (n) ông chủ nhà be up to (exp) tùy vào hostess (n) bà chủ nhà comfortable (adj)thoải mái independent (adj)tự lập, độc lập company (n) khách informal (adj) thân mật earn (v) kiếm tiền introduce (v) giới thiệu except (prep) ngoại trừ light up (v) châm lửa formal (adj) trịnh trọng militant (adj) quyết liệt gesture (n) cử chỉ, điệu bộ relaxed (adj) dễ chịu get-together (n) cuộc họp mặt shake hands (exp)bắt tay ...

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  • The speaker cast upon the cloth-covered table a singular object, whose like none of those present had ever seen. They gathered about and bent over it curiously. "This is that America," the speaker repeated. "Here you have it, barbaric, wonderful, abounding!" With sudden gesture he swept his hand among the gold coin that lay on the gaming table. He thrust into the mouth of the object before him a handful of louis d'or and English sovereigns. "There is your America," said he. "It runs over with gold. No man may tell its richness. Its beauty you can not imagine." ...

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  • " His voice was nasally and choked from the blood pouring down the back of his throat. "It will not happen again." Aron nodded and waved hand. "Be gone." The man scurried from the room, the door banging heavily behind him. Apoph turned to the man and raised an eyebrow. Aron grinned, a gesture that somehow made him uglier.

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