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    Gesture Vocalizer

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    Microcontroller and Sensors Based Gesture Vocalizer Abstract: - Gesture Vocalizer is a large scale multi-microcontroller based system being designed to facilitate the Communication among the dumb‚ deaf and blind communities and their communication with the normal people. This system can be dynamically reconfigured to work as a “smart device”. In this paper‚ microcontroller and sensors based gesture vocalizer is presented. Gesture vocalizer discussed is basically a data glove and a microcontroller

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    Posture and Gestures

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    Posture and Gestures Posture In humans‚ posture can provide important nonverbal communication. Posture deals with: how the body is positioned in relation to another person or group of persons (for example‚ leaning stance‚ posture‚ standing‚ sitting‚ etc.) and how they are positioned relative to each other various body parts (eg leg imposed on the leg‚ hand in pocket‚ etc.) physique‚ that is how the body looks like (for example‚ whether it is large‚ has a broad back‚ weak legs‚ large head

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    Filipino Gestures

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    Non-verbal Communication: Filipino Style Not all cultural gestures are unique; some gestures may be the same with other cultures. However‚ there are certain gestures that we can identify as very Filipino. As I observed the people around me‚ there are a few gestures that I noticed that I was not even aware that we do but actually do quite often. I come to realize that conversations and situations would be bland without these gestures that we have become accustomed to one way or another. Nothing

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    Body Language and Gestures

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    BODY LANGUAGE – GESTURES Aarti Takawane BODY LANGUAGE • only as less as 15% is expressed with words‚ more than 50% is expressed through your body •Sense organs in play • Left and right brain •Subconscious signals BODY LANGUAGE - FACE & EYE • Feelings‚ attitudes & emotions- more than body • Sarcastic comments/ sincere • Eyes- lying • Establish bond • Involve EYES (AS YOU SEE THEM) Eyes - upward to the right (their left). Trying to recall memories. Eyes - upwards

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    Gesture Recognition a Survey

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    APPLICATIONS AND REVIEWS‚ VOL. 37‚ NO. 3‚ MAY 2007 311 Gesture Recognition: A Survey Sushmita Mitra‚ Senior Member‚ IEEE‚ and Tinku Acharya‚ Senior Member‚ IEEE Abstract—Gesture recognition pertains to recognizing meaningful expressions of motion by a human‚ involving the hands‚ arms‚ face‚ head‚ and/or body. It is of utmost importance in designing an intelligent and efficient human–computer interface. The applications of gesture recognition are manifold‚ ranging from sign language through

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    technology‚” said Jackie Fenn‚ a Fellow in emerging trends and technologies for Gartner‚ a market research firm. GESTURE-RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY In the early 1960s‚ users could move a light-emitting pen to control the Sketchpad computer-aided design system. Several subsequent commercial systems also worked with light-emitting pens. Research into camera-based computer vision for gesture recognition began in earnest in the early 1990s at places such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media

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    Gestures Around the World

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    Gestures Around the World General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience of the different meanings of specific gestures in certain countries or cultures. Central Idea: The thumbs up‚ v sign‚ and other gestures common in western culture may be offensive or not depending on where they are used. Method of Organization: Topical Introduction Imagine 20 years from now and you have finally achieved your childhood goal of becoming President of the United States

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    Signs ‚Symblos and Gestures:  A sign is something we directly encounter‚ yet at the same time it refers to something else. Thunder is a sign of rain. A punch in the nose is a sign of anger. An arrow is a sign of whatever it points toward.  Symbols expand the notions of signs and signals. Symbols are characterized by rich meanings that are multiple‚ fluid‚ diverse‚ layered‚ complex‚ and frequently predicated on metaphorical associations that assert an analogy between things from

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    PERCEPTION OF GESTURES IN DIFFERENT CULTURES RESEARCH REPORT CLASS: Research techniques YEAR: 2011/2012 STUDENT: Ida Sotlar Hvalec‚ 506428 RESEARCH REPORT CLASS: Research techniques YEAR: 2011/2012 STUDENT: Ida Sotlar Hvalec‚ 506428 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION……………………………………………………………………….………..2 2. HUMAN COMMUNICATION…………………………………………………….…………2 3. DEFINITION OF GESTURES…………………………………………………………………..4 4.1 MEANINGS OF THE SAME GESTURE AMONG DIFFERENT CULTURES……

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    The Meaning of Gestures in Other Culture Nonverbal communication‚ such as the use of gestures‚ helps to complement and reinforce meanings of verbal messages. However‚ when communicating with people from cultures that are different from your own‚ it is important to understand possible contradictions in the meanings of gestures such as finger signals and head movements. Finger signals in different countries have different meanings. Raising one hand with fingers extended upward‚ and palm facing outward

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