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W Daniel Hillis: Bounding box gesture recognition on a touch detecting interactive display. Touchtable, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, May 18, 2010: US07719523 (53 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method and apparatus for identifying gestures performed by a user to control an interactive display. The gestures are identified based on a bounding box enclosing the points at which a user contacts a touch sensor corresponding with the display surface. The invention thus pe ...


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Hillis W Daniel: Bounding box gesture recognition on a touch detecting interactive display. Applied Minds, Hillis W Daniel, GLENN Michael A, November 30, 2006: WO/2006/127466 (17 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method and apparatus for identifying gestures (PAN, ZOOM, ROTATE) performed by a user to control an interactive display. The gestures are identified based on a bounding box enclosing the points ((Xl, Yl), (X2, Y2)) at which a user contacts a touch sensor corresponding with t ...


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W Daniel Hillis: Bounding box gesture recognition on a touch detecting interactive display. Touchtable, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, March 20, 2012: US08139043 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method and apparatus for identifying gestures performed by a user to control an interactive display. The gestures are identified based on a bounding box enclosing the points at which a user contacts a touch sensor corresponding with the display surface. The invention thus pe ...


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W Daniel Hillis: Bounding box gesture recognition on a touch detecting interactive display. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Michael Johnson, April 8, 2014: US08692792 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for identifying user gestures to control an interactive display identifies gestures based on a bounding box enclosing points at which a user contacts a touch sensor corresponding with the display surface and permits use of inexpensive and highly reliable grid-based touch senso ...


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Hillis W Daniel: Bounding box gesture recognition on a touch detecting interactive display. Applied Minds, February 20, 2008: EP1889143-A2

The invention provides a method and apparatus for identifying gestures performed by a user to control an interactive display. The gestures are identified based on a bounding box enclosing the points at which a user contacts a touch sensor corresponding with the display surface. The invention thus pe ...


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W Daniel Hillis: Bounding box gesture recognition on a touch detecting interactive display. Glenn Patent Group, December 21, 2006: US20060288313-A1

The invention provides a method and apparatus for identifying gestures performed by a user to control an interactive display. The gestures are identified based on a bounding box enclosing the points at which a user contacts a touch sensor corresponding with the display surface. The invention thus pe ...


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W Daniel HILLIS: Bounding box gesture recognition on a touch detecting interactive display. Touchtable, Glenn Patent Group, May 13, 2010: US20100117979-A1

The invention provides a method and apparatus for identifying gestures performed by a user to control an interactive display. The gestures are identified based on a bounding box enclosing the points at which a user contacts a touch sensor corresponding with the display surface. The invention thus pe ...


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W Daniel HILLIS: Bounding box gesture recognition on a touch detecting interactive display. September 6, 2012: US20120223971-A1

A method and apparatus for identifying user gestures to control an interactive display identifies gestures based on a bounding box enclosing points at which a user contacts a touch sensor corresponding with the display surface and permits use of inexpensive and highly reliable grid-based touch senso ...


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BOUNDING BOX GESTURE RECOGNITION ON A TOUCH DETECTING INTERACTIVE DISPLAY. QUALCOMM INCORPORATED, July 10, 2014: US20140195991-A1

The invention provides a method and apparatus for identifying gestures performed by a user to control an interactive display. The gestures are identified based on a bounding box enclosing the points at which a user contacts a touch sensor corresponding with the display surface. The invention thus pe ...



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