A Nice Gesture by Jeroen Arendsen

A Nice Gesture by Jeroen Arendsen

A mix of posts on gesture, HCI, perception or robots and some personal information.

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Scratch Input (Chris Harrison, Scott Hudson) - UIST ‘08


Scratch Input (Chris Harrison, Scott Hudson) - UIST ‘08 was uploaded by: chrisharrisoncmu
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A hand gesture recognition system for replacing a mouse


A hand gesture recognition system for replacing a mouse was uploaded by: atidback
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Teleoperation of a mobile robot using arm gestures


Teleoperation of a mobile robot using arm gestures was uploaded by: hectorhugoaviles
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Karen Pine on Gesture and Children

Karen Pine gave a Gesture lecture at the MPI Nijmegen, entitled ‘More than I can say…’ Why gestures are key to children’s development.
Abstract: My interest in gesture came from testing children in a cognitive domain and realizing that they knew far more than they could say. I found I could get a better idea about [...]

Gestures in language development

Gesture 8:2 came out recently. It is a special issue on ‘Gestures in language development’. Amanda Brown, a friend who stayed at the MPI doing PhD research, published a paper on Gesture viewpoint in Japanese and English: Cross-linguistic interactions between two languages in one speaker. Marianne Gullberg, Kees de Bot and Virginia Volterra wrote an [...]

john-dory-fish-born-to-gesture

There are many fish in the sea. And when divers come to admire them, it may not just be the divers that gesture. There are some, like octopi, squids and cuttlefish that signal through colour changes. Or they blow themselves up in response to perceived threats, like terrorists pufferfish.
But I once heard a very nice [...]

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