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© 2003 IEEE. A second generation of an embedded input device for kinetically challenged persons is presented. The new system can detect O(n2) free motions in space with O(n) hardware, and has the capability to form extendable vocabularies of motions. The improved motion detection computational model is presented, together with experimental results.

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294 - 295