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README.md

What is pyGARL?

pyGARL stands for Python Gesture Analysis and Recognition Library and, as you may expect, it's used to build gesture recognition systems. I decided to build it because, after the success of my previous project ( the Gesture Keyboard ), I felt that a general purpose gesture recognition library would have been useful for a lot of people.

Installation

The installation is pretty straightforward:

pip install pygarl

NOTE TO WINDOWS USERS: the package requires scikit-learn and scipy to work. The easy way to install them is by using Anaconda ( https://www.anaconda.com/download/ ).

Documentation

All the documentation can be found in the Wiki: https://github.com/federico-terzi/pygarl/wiki

License

This library is distributed using the Apache License 2.0, so you can use it in your commercial projects for free, but please mention both me and the library.

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