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Title: 3D motion capturing device with Bluetooth - II
Authors: Wong, Ngai Leung
Department: Department of Computer Engineering and Information Technology
Issue Date: 2005
Supervisor: Dr. Lau Ricky Wing Hong. Assessor: Dr. Chan Kwok Leung
Abstract: Nowadays, some traditional controllers in various electronic products such as television, air conditioner, mp3 player, mobile phone, etc, fully concentrated on using buttons or rolling keys, are not convenient enough for the disabled. It is high time that introduced a new method - motion movement. Users can simply selected any options by some specific hand motions. Furthermore, in the 3D control application or Virtual Reality (VR) space, it is difficult to move an object by just using traditional input equipments such as mouse and keyboard. In order to have more accurate, sensitive, special and specific movement instructions, 3D Motion Capturing Device must be used. Users can move by hand and object will have the same movement simulation. To get a better result in the 3D motion capturing, a wireless transmission is needed as a user can feel free to control 3D Motion Capturing Device with a smoother motion. Using a wire controller, users should keep in stay a fixed point. On the other hand, without wire limitation, users can keep the controller and work within a fixed location such as in a house or office. To compare with the wire one, they can get the same result (control some specific devices) with a more convenient way by wireless technology.
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