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With the development of virtual reality (VR) technology and its applications in many fields, creating simulated hands in the virtual environment is an e ective way to replace the controller as well as to enhance user experience in interactive processes. Therefore, hand tracking problem is gaining a lot of research attention, making an important contribution in recognizing hand postures as well as tracking hand motions for VR’s input or human machine interaction applications. In order to create a markerless real-time hand tracking system suitable for natural human machine interaction, we propose a new method that combines generative and discriminative methods to solve the hand tracking problem using a single RGBD camera. Our system removes the requirement of the user having to wear to color wrist band and robustifies the hand localization even in di cult tracking scenarios.
Hand tracking, generative method, discriminative method, human performance capture
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