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The search for a safer driver interface: a review of gesture recognition human machine interface

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Gesture based HMI offers the possibility of substantial safety benefits, but there is conflicting evidence on user acceptance, most researchers concluding that users prefer gesture controls. An alternative system is being developed that an automotive gesture recognition system using electric field sensors can achieve the same safety benefits as vision-based systems, at lower cost, without the same technical difficulties.

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Computing & Control Engineering Journal  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 1 )