Publication: Computer Vision approaches to solve the screen pose acquisition problem for Perspective Cursor

PespectiveCursor is a new interaction technique for multidisplay environments that significantly improves human interaction with computer systems. Computer Vision has the potential to provide a solution for the implementation of this interaction technique that might be better than the current ones. A survey of the current state-of-the-art in 2D and 3D vision shows that there are many techniques that might be of use in finding the spatial relationships between the point of view of users and the displays in the environment, which is the main requirement for an implementation of PerspectiveCursor.

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Miguel Nacenta
University of St Andrews, University of Saskatchewan, University of Calgary

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Nacenta, M.A. 2006. Computer Vision approaches to solve the screen pose acquisition problem for Perspective Cursor., Technical Report HCI-TR-06-01, Computer Science Department, University of Saskatchewan.

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@techreport {hci-tr-06-01-april,
author= {Miguel Nacenta},
title= {Computer Vision approaches to solve the screen pose acquisition problem for Perspective Cursor},
year= {2006},
number= {HCI-TR-06-01},
school= {Computer Science Department, University of Saskatchewan}
}