Sixth Sense Technology

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The Sixth Sense Technology Presented By: PRIYA GUPTA 1213310145 CSE-6-D Presented to: MR. ARVIND CHAUHAN DR. SANDEEP GUPTA

CONTENTS:

CONTENTS Introduction --Need of sixth sense technology --What is sixth sense technology Components Applications Advantages Disadvantages Conclusion

INTRODUCTION:

INTRODUCTION

need of sixth sense Technology:

need of sixth sense Technology Information is traditionally confined to paper or digitally to a screen There is no link between our digital devices and our interaction with the physical world Our Five Senses Here comes the sixth sense

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Sixth Sense Technology was developed by Pranav Mistry , a PhD candidate in the Fluid Interfaces group at the MIT media lab. Sixth Sense Technology is a wearable gestural interface Augments the physical world around us with digital information Lets us use natural hand gestures to interact with that information Pendant like device What is Sixth Sense Technology?

COMPONENTS:

COMPONENTS Camera Projector Color Markers Smart Phone

CAMERA:

CAMERA It captures the image of the object in view and track the user’s hand gesture It recognizes individuals, images, pictures, gestures that user makes with his hand It then sends this data to a smart phone for processing

SMART PHONE:

SMART PHONE A web enabled smart phone processes the data send by the camera. The smart phone searches the web and interprets the hand gestures with help of the colored markers placed at the finger tips .

COLORED MARKERS:

COLORED MARKERS There are color markers placed at the tip of users finger Marking the user’s fingers with red, yellow green and blue colored tape helps the webcam to recognize the hand gestures The movements and arrangements of these markers are interpreted into gestures that act as interaction instructions for the projected application interfaces

PROJECTOR:

PROJECTOR The projector projects the visual information enabling surfaces and physical objects to be used as interfaces The projector itself consists of a battery which have 3 hours of battery life A tiny LED projector displays the data sent from the smart phone on any surface in view-object, wall or person

Working of the devices:

Working of the devices

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A GLIMPSE TO SOME OF ITS APPLICATIONS…

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1. Make A Call To project a keypad onto your hand . Use that virtual keypad to make a call. 2 . Call Up A Map we can call up the map of our choice . Use thumbs and index fingers to navigate the map

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3.Drawing Application Tracking the fingertip movements. User can draw on any surface 4.Take a picture A framing gesture takes a picture of the scene. The user can stop by any surface or wall and flick through the photos he/she has taken.

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5 . Check The Time Draw a circle on your wrist. Get a virtual watch that gives the correct time. 6 . Create Multimedia Reading Experiences Programmed to project related videos onto newspaper articles you are reading.

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7.Check you Mails Drawing a magnifying glass symbol takes the user to map application while the ‘@’ symbol lets the user check his mails

ADVANTAGES:

ADVANTAGES Portable Supports multi-touch  Connectivity  between world and information Cost effective. It costs approximately $350 to build Saves time spent on searching information

DISADVANTAGES:

DISADVANTAGES Hardware limitations of the devices, that we currently carry around with us Failure of any components makes functioning difficult It is difficult to wear the interface every time Number of hardware components

CONCLUSION:

CONCLUSION Sixth Sense allows people to use the internet without a screen or a keyboard It can turn any surface into a touch screen Allows us to interact with this information via natural hand gestures Bye -Bye Keyboards and Mouse

CLOSING LINE:

CLOSING LINE It is not a technology which is aimed at changing human habits but causing computers and other machines to adapt to human needs

References:

References www.pranavmistry.com www.authorstream.com www.wikipedia.com www.youtube.com P. Mistry. “ The thrilling potential of Sixth Sense technology ”, TED India 2009. Mysore, India.

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