Design of head movement controller system (HEMOCS) for control mobile application through head pose movement detection

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Abstract

Head movement has been found to be a natural way of interaction. It can be used as an alternative control method and provides accessibility for users when used in human computer interface solutions. The combination of Head-mounted displays (HMDs) with mobile devices, provide an innovation of new low cost of human-computer interaction. Such devices are hands-free systems. In this paper, we introduce a new method for recognizing head movement as the controller of mobile application and proposed a new control system using head movement only. The proposed method can determine specific head pose movement and respond it as a controller of an application. The implementation of a music player application on an iOS devices shows that the proposed method is appropriate for a new experience of real-time human-computer interaction with head movement control only.

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Tolle, H., & Arai, K. (2016). Design of head movement controller system (HEMOCS) for control mobile application through head pose movement detection. International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies, 10(3), 24–28. https://doi.org/10.3991/ijim.v10i3.5552

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