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This project focuses on a human-centered approach in interacting with computer vision in controlling a powerpoint presentation. The 3 main portions in this project include object detection, motion tracking, and gesture recognition. The algorithm creates a bounding box around a user’s hand and observes the motion within the captured video to exec…
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This project focuses on a human-centered approach in interacting with computer vision in controlling a powerpoint presentation. The 3 main portions in this project include object detection, motion tracking, and gesture recognition. The algorithm creates a bounding box around a user’s hand and observes the motion within the captured video to execute an action to advance to the next or the previous slide. At the end of a presentation, a user’s fist is detected to exit a presentation. Finally, from researching and implementing different methods for each portion, we’ve concluded that results are accurately generated from background subtraction, convex hulls, and Haar cascades.

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