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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

This paper aims to propose natural interactive technique those using biometrics which do not require direct contact or physical engagement with user’s input device. One of the natural motion that can be used as a  tool is palm tracking. A prototype palm tracking made to control mouse pointer (left click) and cursor keys (left and right arrows) use Haar Cascade to detect movement or shifting of each pixels an object in real-time  video. The method is using haar-like features which need to be training first to get a decision tree (cascade  classifier) as a determining of whether there is a palm object or not in each frame which being processed.
The prototype has been made to run in real time .

Keywords :

: palm tracking, haar cascade, mouse pointer, cursor key .

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