Analysis of the Accuracy and Robustness of the Leap Motion Controller
AbstractThe Leap Motion Controller is a new device for hand gesture controlled user interfaces with declared sub-millimeter accuracy. However, up to this point its capabilities in real environments have not been analyzed. Therefore, this paper presents a first study of a Leap Motion Controller. The main focus of attention is on the evaluation of the accuracy and repeatability. For an appropriate evaluation, a novel experimental setup was developed making use of an industrial robot with a reference pen allowing a position accuracy of 0.2 mm. Thereby, a deviation between a desired 3D position and the average measured positions below 0.2mmhas been obtained for static setups and of 1.2mmfor dynamic setups. Using the conclusion of this analysis can improve the development of applications for the Leap Motion controller in the field of Human-Computer Interaction. View Full-Text
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Weichert, F.; Bachmann, D.; Rudak, B.; Fisseler, D. Analysis of the Accuracy and Robustness of the Leap Motion Controller. Sensors 2013, 13, 6380-6393.
Weichert F, Bachmann D, Rudak B, Fisseler D. Analysis of the Accuracy and Robustness of the Leap Motion Controller. Sensors. 2013; 13(5):6380-6393.Chicago/Turabian Style
Weichert, Frank; Bachmann, Daniel; Rudak, Bartholomäus; Fisseler, Denis. 2013. "Analysis of the Accuracy and Robustness of the Leap Motion Controller." Sensors 13, no. 5: 6380-6393.