THREE-DIMENSIONAL HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION SYSTEM THAT SUPPORTS MOUSE OPERATIONS THROUGH THE MOTION OF A FINGER AND AN OPERATION METHOD THEREOF

  • US 20130069876A1
  • Filed: 09/19/2011
  • Published: 03/21/2013
  • Est. Priority Date: 09/19/2011
  • Status: Active Grant
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1. A three-dimensional (3D) human-computer interaction system that supports mouse operations through the motion of a finger, capable of being installed in an electronic information device connected with a display device, so that an operator is enabled to perform a noncontact operation at an interaction interface of the electronic information device with a motion of a finger thereof, the system comprising:

  • a multi-view video recording device, having an information connection with the electronic information device, and comprising an image sensor module and a multi-view image capturing module, wherein the multi-view image capturing module forms a left image capturing path, a central image capturing path, and a right image capturing path, so that the image sensor module synchronously captures multi-view images of the motion of the finger of the operator respectively with the multi-view image capturing module; and

    an interaction handling program, installed in an operating system of the electronic information device, and used for driving the multi-view video recording device to operate after an initialization operation, the interaction handling program comprising a computation unit for computing the image acquired by the multi-view video recording device and generating image information, a 3D imaging unit for establishing a model of a 3D image for the image information, a gesture tracking unit for tracking the motion of the finger of the operator, and a command recognition unit for recognizing the acquired motion of the finger to map the motion to a preset operation command.

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