Natural User Interface
for 3D Medical Imaging - RSNA 2014
Your hand is your input device
METHODS & MATERIAL
Off-the-shelf gesture-based user interface technology (e. g., Leap Motion) is utilized to develop a new human-computer interface for 3D image post-processing, allowing to:
with simple hand movements.
The presented natural, "deviceless" user interface provides more degrees of freedom than conventional input devices. However, it lacks accuracy for certain tasks, and is prone to cause fatigue. It works well in combination with a conventional input device like a normal keyboard and when used with simple gestures, e. g., an extended hand that can be reliably detected.
Compared to conventional input devices (mouse, keyboard, trackball, touchscreen), a gesture-based natural user interface
Comparison of gesture-controlled NATURAL USER INTERFACE vs. conventional user interfaces
Live presentation of the NATURAL USER INTERFACE at the RSNA 2014 meeting
Teistler M, Flensburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Bott OJ, Hannover University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Zak A, Singularity University, Moffett Field, CA, USA
Breiman RS, UCSF School of Medicine, San Francisco, CA, USA
Brunberg JA, UC Davis, Sacramento, CA, USA
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