Interactive Experience Room Using Infrared Sensors and User’s Poses

Green Bang, Jinsuk Yang, Kyoungsu Oh and Ilju Ko
Volume: 13, No: 4, Page: 876 ~ 892, Year: 2017
10.3745/JIPS.02.0068
Keywords: Human Pose Recognition, Infrared Sensor, Interactive Experience Room, Virtual Reality
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Abstract
A virtual reality is a virtual space constructed by a computer that provides users the opportunity to indirectly experience a situation they have not experienced in real life through the realization of information for virtual environments. Various studies have been conducted to realize virtual reality, in which the user interface is a major factor in maximizing the sense of immersion and usability. However, most existing methods have disadvantages, such as costliness or being limited to the physical activity of the user due to the use of special devices attached to the user’s body. This paper proposes a new type of interface that enables the user to apply their intentions and actions to the virtual space directly without special devices, and test content is introduced using the new system. Users can interact with the virtual space by throwing an object in the space; to do this, moving object detectors are produced using infrared sensors. In addition, the users can control the virtual space with their own postures. The method can heighten interest and concentration, increasing the sense of reality and immersion and maximizing user’s physical experiences.

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IEEE Style
Green Bang, Jinsuk Yang, Kyoungsu Oh, and Ilju Ko, "Interactive Experience Room Using Infrared Sensors and User’s Poses," Journal of Information Processing Systems, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 876~892, 2017. DOI: 10.3745/JIPS.02.0068.

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Green Bang, Jinsuk Yang, Kyoungsu Oh, and Ilju Ko, "Interactive Experience Room Using Infrared Sensors and User’s Poses," Journal of Information Processing Systems, 13, 4, (2017), 876~892. DOI: 10.3745/JIPS.02.0068.