DecoTouch: Turning the Forehead as Input Surface for Head Mounted Display
In this paper, we propose a new interaction technique for controlling applications by touching the forehead that the skin deformation is detected by an enhanced Head-Mounted Display (HMD). This technique envisions supporting commands and controls for applications as map applications and photo viewers without carrying additional controlling device which removes the user’s eye from the display. In this technique, the skin deformation is measured by attaching light sensors to the HMD. The deformation of the skin is caused by the user touching the forehead with the finger. In this paper, we support the recognition of multiple gestures with a Support Vector Machine (SVM).
KeywordsHMD Gesture Recognition
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