This solution is using OpenCV capabilities in order to perform the image-based processing, and it captures the hand image provided by the user.
It triggers a python script that first activates the camera and, by giving the command, the background is captured, and the noise is removed. As soon as the user shows their hand to the camera, it accurately identifies the number of fingers.
It can be used with AWS Service, Google services, Microsoft services, etc., where, based on fingers count, a robot can perform specific actions using these services.
It can be used with chatbots, and, based on fingers count, the chatbot can perform specific actions.
It can be used with voice assistants like Alexa helping physically disabled users to interact with it using hand gestures.
It can be used with triggers in UiPath, and, based on fingers count, a specific trigger like sending an email, running a specific process, etc. can occur.
It can also be used in attended automatons.
Experience hand gesture recognition.
Can be used with AWS Service, Google services, Microsoft services, etc., where, based on the count, the robot will perform the needed action.
Can be used with chatbots.
Can be used with vocal assistants like Alexa and help physically disabled users interact with it using hand gestures.