Gesture- and voice-based computer control
An application for gestural and voice computer control. Hand movements are recorded by a webcam and translated into pointer movements. Gestures or voice commands are accepted to emulate the actions that are usually performed with a regular mouse or a touchpad: clicks, double-clicks, drags and scrolls. Also, disabled people may use head movements to control the computer.
The NPointer is freeware and runs on a PC or laptop with Microsoft Windows.
Settings dialog is shown after launching the NPointer executable:
An action menu is popped out on the screen when the hand stays still for a while:
The NPointer documentation (NPointer.pdf) contains more information about usage and settings.