Touchless gestural interfaces provide users with the ability to use body movements and language gestures as a modality of input. Unlike other input modes, gestures must be interpreted by a recognition system, providing users with a degree of flexibility in how they are performed. Such interfaces are often suggested as a 'natural interface' alternative, allowing the utilisation of pre-learned communication skills for interaction. However, touchless interfaces are still governed by constraints,...[Show more]
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