Ross Williams' Senior Research Promotional Video: "Finger Tracking and Gesture Interfacing Using the Nintendo Wiimote"
Stetson University Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.
Abstract: Nintendo’s wiimote is a revolution in gaming technology, being able to detect motion as it is moved around as well as infrared sensors linking it to the Wii console to show what the user is pointing at. Other gaming enthusiasts have been able to use the wiimote for more than just a controller for the Wii by connecting it to a computer through its Bluetooth connectivity and turning it into a receiver for infrared signals to create “finger-tracking”. This new type of gesture interface could prove to be a very useful tool, not only for gaming but for anyone who wants to make a presentation more interactive rather than using the traditional mouse and keyboard.
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