From: Stjepan Rajko (stipe_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-28 15:00:24
I have started moving some code into a Boost-based open source generic
pattern/gesture recognition library (I briefly mentioned it at my
Dataflow+Arts talk at BoostCon) . The examples right now show how to
do gesture recognition on some pre-segmented video captures of
full-body human gestures, as well as pattern recognition in sequences
of floating-point numbers. Soon I'll be adding something for
recognition of mouse gestures.
The library docs and download info is at:
The library is currently GPLed but that's open to debate (this is my
research program's first venture into open source and GPL was the
safest initial choice). As the library matures I'd like to move it to
the Boost license and eventually submit it for Boost review.
If anyone is interested in using this library or joining the
development, please let me know. The few tests/examples have so far
been verified to work on GCC4.0.1/darwin and MSVC8.
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