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1 105/1 資創系 武士戎 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Virtual guitar: using real-time finger tracking for musical instruments , [105-1] :Virtual guitar: using real-time finger tracking for musical instruments期刊論文Virtual guitar: using real-time finger tracking for musical instrumentsWu, Shih-Jung, et al.virtual guitar;finger tracking;musical instrument;human computerrninteraction; HCI; hand detection; hand tracking; hand gesture recognition;virtual musical instrument;VMI;depth cameraInternational Journal of Computational Science and Engineering 1(1)Kinect, a 3D sensing device from Microsoft, invokes the Human Computer Interaction (HCI) research evolution. Kinect has been implemented in many areas, including music. One implementation was in a Virtual Musical Instrument (VMI) system, which uses natural gestures to produce synthetic sounds similar to a real musical instrument. From related work, we found that the use of a large joint, such as hand, arm or leg, is inconvenient and limits the way of playing VMI. Thus this study proposed a fast and reliable finger tracking algorithm suitable for VMI playing. In addition, a vir
2 105/1 資創系 武士戎 教授 期刊論文 發佈 Virtual guitar: using real-time finger tracking for musical instruments , [105-1] :Virtual guitar: using real-time finger tracking for musical instruments期刊論文Virtual guitar: using real-time finger tracking for musical instrumentsNoorkholis Futhfil Hakim; Shih-Wei Sun; Mu-Hsen Hsu; Timothy K.Shih; Shih-Jung Wuvirtual guitar; finger tracking; human computerr interaction; hand detection; hand tracking; hand gesture recognition; virtual musical instrument; VMI; depth camera.International Jorunal of Computational Science and Engineering Vol. X. No. Y,200xKinect, a 3D sensing device from Microsoft, invoke th..: human computer interaction research evolution. Kinect was implemented in many scope area including music. One was implemented in virtual musical instrument (VMI) system, which use natural gestures to produce synthetic sound similar with real musical instrument. From related work, found that the use of large joint such as hand, arm and leg are inconvenient and limit the way of playing VMI. Thus, this study proposed a fast and reliable finger tracking algorithm yet su
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