The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), one of the largest public research organizations in Japan, focuses on the creation and practical realization of technologies useful to Japanese industry and society, and on “bridging” the gap between innovative technological seeds and commercialization.
We provide a flexible and adaptable image range censor interface for persons with motor dysfunction who cannot use normal interface.
AAGI: Augmentative and Alternative Gesture Interface is a gesture interface can extend user’s capabilities selectively.
We develop a fundamental multi-gesture recognition engine for persons with motor dysfunction who cannot use standard interface, with analyzing and categories a wide variety of gestures from them. To adapt a basic recognition engine to each user, we tried to develop an interface for the people who cannot use traditional interface.
For users with motor dysfunction, all software will be supplied through our home page gratis.
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