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Title: Design of "Hands-Free" Human-Computer Interface
Authors: CHEONG, MENG CHU (蔣明珠)
Department: Department of Computer and Information Science
Faculty: Faculty of Science and Technology
Issue Date: 2014
Citation: CHEONG, M. C. (2014). Design of "Hands-Free" Human-Computer Interface (Outstanding Academic Papers by Students (OAPS)). Retrieved from University of Macau, Outstanding Academic Papers by Students Repository.
Abstract: Nowadays, electronic devices are everywhere, people normally control electronic devices using hands. However, the traditional interfaces limit the physically disabled people to access. Therefore, we need to develop a new kind of interface which is not only for the normal person, but also for the disabled people. This work presents a video-based \hands-free" human-computer interface designed to offer a friendly user experience and accessibility for everyone, including disabilities. The interface automatically captures the movement of users' eyes with camera and helps them to accomplish some simple tasks with computer by eyes and head rotation. At last, we show the rst prototype of the interface which is implemented by Kinect for Windows.
Instructor: Dr. ZHOU, YICONG
Programme: Bachelor of Science
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