Video Interfaces for Entertainment (27 Sep 2002)
Natural, versatile man-machine interfaces can be created by processing live video input from a digital camera. Movements of either the user or simple hand-held props drive an engaging entertainment experience. The greatest level of interactivity can be produced by mixing live video of the user with computer-generated graphics. The low cost of digital cameras and processors has recently made such computer vision interfaces viable, even for a cost-sensitive market such as console gaming.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/cs547/abstracts/02-03/020927-marks.html
(Richard Marks (Manager R&D Special Projects, Sony))
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