By drawing on the technologies it has accumulated through its “OKAO Vision,” OMRON’s hand gesture recognition enables high-speed recognition while requiring only a small amount of memory. In recent years, gesture recognition has been attracting a great deal of attention as a natural human-machine interface. The technology allows users to control or manipulate devices in a more natural manner, such as operating a TV set by hand movements or releasing the shutter of a camera via a V-sign.OMRON will further advance its image sensing technology for detecting faces and recognizing human movements, aiming to create technology to correctly interpret the intentions of users, such as judging what they are trying to do through the analysis of gestures. Features1. Placing a hand in front of the camera lens starts gesture recognition automatically.2. Hand or finger position, shape and movements can be recognized simultaneously.3. Hand gesture detection ranges from very near (about 10cm) to far (several meters).4. High-speed recognition is enabled on smartphones and tablets.5. Small program size makes it possible to embed the technology in a diverse range of devices.6. No special device is necessary as the software works with a conventional web camera.
|Detectable hand image size||60 pixels or higher|
|Recognizable hand shapes||0 to 5 finger poses|
|Recognizable angles||±30 deg. left-right, ±20 deg. up-down|
|Recognition speed||30 ms or shorter (CPU: 1 GHz equivalent)|
|Memory size||ROM: 180 KB, RAM: 870 KB|
|Compatible operating systems||Windows, Linux, Android, iOS, etc.|
- OKAO Vision and OKAO are registered trademarks or trademarks of OMRON Corporation in Japan and other countries.- Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.- Android is a trademark of Google Inc.- Other product and service names are registered trademarks or trademarks of respective owners.For more information regarding OMRON’s hand gesture recognition technology, http://www.omron.com/ecb/products/mobile/okao02.html About OMRON Headquartered in Kyoto, Japan, OMRON Corporation is a global leader in the field of automation. Established in 1933, and headed by President Yoshihito Yamada, OMRON has more than 36,000 employees in over 35 countries working to provide products and services to customers in a variety of fields including industrial automation, electronic components, social systems, and healthcare. The company has five regional head offices in Kyoto (Japan), Singapore (Asia Pacific), Shanghai (Greater China), Amsterdam (Europe, Africa, and the Middle East), and Chicago (the Americas). For more information, visit OMRON's website at http://www.omron.com/