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[Video] : Microsoft Research is working on a technology which would allow people to communicate with their computer using “Hand Gestures”

By on June 28, 2016 0 158 Views

Microsoft Researchers and engineers at Advanced Technologies Lab in Israel are investigating ways in which developers could create tools that would allow people to communicate with their computer utilizing the same kind of hand gestures they use in everyday life.

The goal of the research project, called Project Prague will be to provide developers with basic hand gestures, such as the one that switches a computer off And it also makes it easy for developers to create customized gestures for their own apps or other products with very little additional programming or expertise.

The system which utilizes machine learning to train systems to recognize motions, runs using a retail 3D camera. the researchers recorded millions of hand images to build the system and then used that data set to train the technology to recognize every possible hand pose and motion.

Eyal Krupka, a principal applied researcher and head of the lab’s computer vision and machine learning research, said the technology then uses hundreds of micro artificial intelligence units, each analyzing a single aspect of the user’s hand, to accurately interpret each gesture.

 

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