Combining contrast saliency and region discontinuity for precise hand segmentation in projector-camera system
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AbstractOne goal of projector-camera system is let human finger be used like a mouse to click and drag objects in the projected content. It requires segmentation of the human palm and fingers in the image data captured by the camera, which is a challenging task in the presence of the incessant variation of the projected video content and the shadow cast by the palm and fingers. We describe a coarse-to-fine hand segmentation method for projector-camera system. After rough segmentation by contrast saliency detection and mean shift-based discontinuity-preserved smoothing, the refined result is confirmed through confidence evaluation. Extensive experimental results are shown to illustrate the accuracy and efficiency of the approach. © 2012 ICPR Org Committee.
All Author(s) ListDai J., Chung R.
Name of Conference21st International Conference on Pattern Recognition, ICPR 2012
Start Date of Conference11/11/2012
End Date of Conference15/11/2012
Place of ConferenceTsukuba
Country/Region of ConferenceJapan
Pages2161 - 2164
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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