CircGR: Multi-touch Gesture Recognition

Complete

OpenHID Lab, HPDRC, among others

Balcazar, R., Ortega, F., Tarre, K., Barreto, A., Weiss, M., Rishe, N.

CircGR is a multi-touch non-symbolic gesture recognition algorithm, which utilizes circular statistic measures to implement linearithmic (O(n log n)) template-based matching. CircGR provides a solution to gesture designers, which allows for building complex multi-touch gestures with high- confidence accuracy. We demonstrated the algorithm and described a user study with 60 subjects and over 12,000 gestures collected for an original gesture set of 36. The accuracy is over 99% with the Matthews correlation coefficient of 0.95. In addition, early gesture detection was successful in CircGR as well.

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CodeVR

In Progress

OpenHID Lab, HPDRC, among others

Ortega, Rishe, Galvan, Borges

This project seeks to improve computer science education using virtual reality for computer science students.

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Multimodal Gesture Recognition for Multi-touch and Pen

In Progress

OpenHID Lab, HPDRC, among others

Ortega, Rishe, Balcazar, Thomas, Galvan

This project seeks to find minimal features for gesture recognition in a multimodal environment using multitouch and pen, while keeping the complexity of of the implementation aligned with the $ (dollar) family algorithms.

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VR Programming Application

In Progress

OpenHID Lab, HPDRC, among others

Ortega, Rishe, Galvan

A VR programming application for increasing the number of women and minorities in computer science.

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Procedural Skybox Generation

Completed

OpenHID Lab, HPDRC, among others

Ortega, Rishe, Galvan

An algorithm for efficiently generating a physically correct space skybox for use in real time rendering.

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Gesture Elicitation for 3D

Completed

OpenHID Lab, HPDRC, among others

(Hidden for Now)

This atempts to elicit gestures from multitouch/vision based cameras to study different aspects of travel and wayfinding.

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3D Navigation (Using Multitouch Desktop Displays)

Completed

OpenHID Lab, HPDRC, among others

Ortega, Barreto, Rishe, Jennifer Fernadez, Christian Martinez, Jules Calella

An earlier iteration of the gesture elicitation experiment, developed in Ogre, to test navigation with multitouch.

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Smart Learning Desk

Completed

OpenHID Lab, HPDRC, among others

Ortega, Rishe, Emmanuel Norde, Bryan Rodriguez, Fernando Garcia, Juan Araguren, Galvan, Thomas, Balcazar

The Smart Learning Desk is currently being developed to integrate vision and touch targeted for the advancement of K-12 and college education.

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TAMGeF: Touch, midAir, and Motion Gesture Framework

In Progress

OpenHID Lab and HPDRC

Ortega, Rishe, Thomas, Balcazar, Galvan

TAMGeF is a modern, parallel, template-based C++ API for multi-touch (and pen), mid-air (vision-based devices), and motion (e.g., gyroscope) devices with the purpose of recognizing multiple gestures.

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Spider Sensor

Completed

OpenHID Lab, HPDRC, Calella, mong others

Ortega, Barreto, Rishe

The project covers the design of new hardware for motion sensing and the development of gesture algorithms for this type of sensor.