Infra Red 3D Computer Mouse

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Abstract

The infra red 3D mouse is a three dimensional input device to a computer. It works by determining the position of an arbitrary object (like a hand) by emitting infra red signals from a number of locations and measuring the reflected intensities. To maximize stability, robustness, and use of bandwidth, the signals are designed by means of the wavelet and the Rudin-Shapiro transforms. This also allows for easy separation of simultaneously made measurements. The measured intensities are converted to an 3D position by a neural net. The principle also applies to other applications, for instance a hand in front of monitor. We are currently constructing a prototype to test the potential of this idea
Original languageDanish
Title of host publication28th Symposium of Visualization Society of Japan. July 17-19 2000
Publication date2000
Publication statusPublished - 2000
EventInfra Red 3D Computer Mouse -
Duration: 19 May 2010 → …

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ConferenceInfra Red 3D Computer Mouse
Period19/05/2010 → …

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Harbo, A. L-C., & Stoustrup, J. (2000). Infra Red 3D Computer Mouse. In 28th Symposium of Visualization Society of Japan. July 17-19 2000
Harbo, Anders La-Cour ; Stoustrup, Jakob. / Infra Red 3D Computer Mouse. 28th Symposium of Visualization Society of Japan. July 17-19 2000. 2000.
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28th Symposium of Visualization Society of Japan. July 17-19 2000. 2000.

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