datasetposted on 11.02.2020 by Vinh Truong Hoang
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Gesture recognition technology is rapidly growing in the recent years due to the demands of many application such as computer game and sport, human robot interaction, assistant systems, sign language interpretation and e-commerce. One of the most important of gesture recognition is hand-gesture recognition. For example, it can be used to control all devices (television, radio, air-condition, and doors) by just hand gestures for smart home application. The HGM-4 dataset is built for hand gesture recognition (the full dataset is available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/jzy8zngkbg.2) which contains total 4,160 colour images (1280 × 700 pixels) of 26 hand gestures captured by four cameras at different position. The training and testing set are defined to create a benchmark framework for comparing the experimental results.