Browsing by Author "Chutisant Kerdvibulvech"
GESTURE-BASED INTERACTION FOR AN OFFICE SYNDROME PREVENTION : HEALTH COMMUNICATION THROUGH INTEGRATING EXPERIENCE INTO DAILY LIFE FOR AN ARM-SWING INPUT DEVICE Nuanphan Kaewpanukrangsi; Chutisant Kerdvibulvech (NIDA, 5/22/19)
Arm swing is a well-known exercise practiced throughout Asia. The benefits of regular exercise affect a person’s gait, shoulder function as well as head and body strength. This research presents a new study of gesture-based interaction by using arm swing as a gestural input command applied to any digital device used by people aged 21 to 50 years of age during their workday. After selecting five different occupations, i.e., student, lecturer, office worker, designer and industrial worker, their different routine tasks were studied. The sampling ...