Full Body Interaction Framework (FUBI) is a framework for recognizing full body gestures and postures in real time from the data of a depth sensor (OpenNI supported sensor or the Microsoft Kinect sensor). Additionally, it supports finger tracking data of the Leap motion sensor or injection of tracking data of a custom sensor.
The Framework distinguishes between three gesture categories:
* Static postures: Configuration of several joints (positions or orienations), no movement (e.g. figure 1: "arms crossed").
* Linear movements: Linear movement of several joints with specific direction and speed (e.g. figure 2: "right hand moves right").
* Combination of postures and linear movements: Combines sets of 1 and 2 in a sequence of states with specific time constraints (e.g. figure 3: "waving right hand").
In addition, the current FUBI supports a special version of static postures: the number of fingers users are showing up in front of the sensor (requires an OpenCV installation).
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