Motion Following and Interpretation

  • Tim Morris
Part of the Applied Computing book series (APPLCOMP)


Previous chapters have dealt with multimedia systems that are very definitely fixed in the laboratory or home: we have discussed systems that have been essentially novel methods of interacting with the computer. Chapter 10 takes multimedia systems out of that context and examines how we may develop multimedia systems able to comprehend unrestricted movement.


Ground Plane Background Image Live Image Multimedia System Potential Client 
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Printed Material

  1. Waters K, Rehg R, Loughlin M, Kang 5B, Terzopoulos D (1998) “Visual sensing of humans for active public interfaces”, in Computer Vision for Human-Machine Interaction, Cipolla R, Pentland A (eds), CUP, Cambridge.Google Scholar
  2. Wren C, Azarbayejani A, Darrell T, Pentland A (1997) “pFinder: Real-Time Tracking of the Human Body”, IEEE Trans Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, vol. 19:780-85.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

Internet Resources

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© Springer-Verlag London 2000

Authors and Affiliations

  • Tim Morris
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  1. 1.Department of ComputationUMISTManschesterUK

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