A Real-Time 3D Motion Tracking and Interaction System for Virtual Reality

C.-S. Wang, E.-Y. Jean, and J.-T. Hou (Taiwan)


Motion Tracking, Interaction, HCI, Stereo Vision, Virtual Reality


Based on the development of computer’s capability and the technology of human-computer interactions, the 3D human-computer interaction is no longer a dream. In this paper, we propose a real-time 3D motion tracking and interaction system which makes the user could interact with virtual reality systems without any equipment in hand. The proposed system adopts only two general CCD cameras to capture user’s 3D motion information based on the theory of stereo-vision, according to our interaction mechanism, user can interact with the virtual reality intuitively. The experiment shows that our low cost system performs real-time 3D human-computer interaction with virtual reality satisfied.

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