Research of methods of interaction of human-machine interfaces

  • P. Savaryn LNTU
  • А. Yashchuk LNTU
  • N. Polischuk LNTU
  • О. Velykyi LNTU
Keywords: interaction method, human-machine interface, sensor, sensory interaction, gesture, control signal, computer system, ultrasonic sensor


The article reviews the current state of the basic methods and methods of interaction of human-machine interfaces. The perspective and expediency of work in the direction of development of new interfaces of interaction is shown. It is determined that contactless interaction methods are increasingly used in the modern technology market and in many cases provide the best user interface for working with computer systems. It was decided to develop a gesture recognition system for transmitting control signals to a computer based on the use of sensors to determine the distance to objects


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Savaryn, P., YashchukА., Polischuk, N., & VelykyiО. (2020). Research of methods of interaction of human-machine interfaces. COMPUTER-INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGIES: EDUCATION, SCIENCE, PRODUCTION, (35), 68-73. Retrieved from