hello sir, i am impressed with the work u have done.... i am willing to do a project on human voice and hand gesture based real-time interactive system for my final year project..... please can u help me with your source code... it will reduce my half of my work.... please mail the code to "email@example.com"
i hope you will send me soon as possible... thanks a lot in advance
very Awesome Work!!
Can you please send me the source code of this project as i am also working on that project.Kindly sir send me the source code of this project i shall be very thankful to you
You did a wonderful job
I am working on the same project including the hold and drag feature but im stuck can you please send me the source code so i can understand how to continue (my email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
I really appreciate any help
I see a lot of u Asking for Code. For Those, here is the Hint as how to work with this project.
1) Search for Skin detection(Jay Arora's Method is also ok). Adjust the threshold. and verify the result with various hand positions with static Images. ( Black full shirt is best to wear)
2) Search for Code of Motion detection , convert each image captured by matlab into RGB format.
3) Integrate skin segmentation result with this.
4) Draw a bounding box and find the centroid of the same. draw centroid on the image.
5) Now as you move you hand, you can see the centroid point also moves accordingly.
6) Get the source code of mouse movement ( with java plugin, its avilable in mathworks). Just enable Mouse coordinates at the centroid of the Bounding box.
If you can raise a forum topic in grasshopper[dot][co][.in], I can Guide.
I need to work upon this topic.
May be we can find some more new and exciting result.
I wish if I could get some initial codes, so that we can step ahead
Waiting for ur reply at
xcellent piece of work..
can i please get the source code behind this work-i need it for my project which is basically hand gesture recognition itself..my email id is: email@example.com
thanx in advance..
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