Range and variability in gesture-based interactions with medical images : do non-stereo versus stereo visualizations elicit different types of gestures?

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Abstract

The current paper presents a study into the range and variability of natural gestures when interacting with medical images, using traditional non stereo and stereoscopic modes of presentation. The results have implications for the design of computer-vision algorithms developed to support natural gesture-based interactions in a medical context.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Eventconference; IEEE virtual reality 2010 : workshop on medical virtual environments; 2010-03-21; 2010-03-21 -
Duration: 21 Mar 201021 Mar 2010

Conference

Conferenceconference; IEEE virtual reality 2010 : workshop on medical virtual environments; 2010-03-21; 2010-03-21
Period21/03/1021/03/10
OtherIEEE virtual reality 2010 : workshop on medical virtual environments

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