Free Hand Gestures

Validation level: 5. CHI, UIST, CSCW and TOCHI paper publication

Free hand gestures are techniques where the position and movement of the hand are not bound to any surface. They happen in mid-air.

Free hand gestures are one of the most natural forms of gestural interaction. They are often used in combination with speech techniques.


Remote control of objects using free-hand gestures

Conference: Communications of the ACM, 1993
By: Thomas Baudel, Michel Beaudouin-Lafon

Deriving gestures with a user-centred process

Conference: CHI Proceedings, 2010
By: Niels Henze, Andreas Löcken, Susanne Boll, Tobias Hesselmann, Martin Pielot
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