Computer Vision-based direct interaction with a large display


This project investigates a natural Human-Computer Interaction system to support direct interaction with a large display system.


Associate Professor Masahiro Takatsuka

Research Location

Computer Science

Program Type



The ultimate goal of an interactive display system would be to allow direct interaction with multiple large wall-sized displays using nothing but our own hand. This research will build on previous work and take another step further towards this goal.

This project investigates a mathematical model of the user interaction with a large display system based on the pointing action. The proposed system utilizes various computer vision techniques to construct a monocular camera system, which allow a user to interact with a large display from a distance using their own bare-hand.

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information interfaces and presentation, user Interfaces, input devices and strategies

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 388

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