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RGB-D Camera Assists Virtual Studio through Human Computer Interaction

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DOI: 10.23977/msmee.2018.72141


Wei Gao and Peng Miao

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Wei Gao


Virtual studio has become a common form of television programs production. Traditional virtual studio applies chroma keying technique which requires blue room scene. In addition, for live broadcast program, the lack of on-site human-computer interaction mechanism is not conducive to real-time connection of people and virtual scenes. This paper proposes a virtual studio assistant system based on RGB-D camera. It makes the virtual studio no longer subject to the blue room environment and also provides lots of on-site interactions through gestures between the human and virtual scene. The accuracy and robustness are tested on Kinect device, showing promising performance.


Virtual studio, human-computer interaction, depth camera

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