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In recent years, the gesture control technique has become a new developmental trend for many human-based electronics products. This technique let people can control these products more naturally, intuitively and conveniently. In this paper, a fast gesture recognition scheme is proposed to be an interface for the human-machine interaction (HMI) of systems. This paper presents some low-complexity algorithms and gestures to reduce the gesture recognition complexity and be more suitable for controlling real-time computer systems. Besides, this paper also implements a HMI interface for a telematic service system to valid the performance of the proposed scheme and to confirm the proposed is suitable to be used to develop a HMI of telematic service systems for the in-vehicle environment. The experimental results show that the proposed scheme can work well in a real-time service system.