Program/Track C/C.1.1/Revolutionizing H2M Interaction: Telepresence System Enabling Sign Language Expansion for Individuals with Disabilities
Revolutionizing H2M Interaction: Telepresence System Enabling Sign Language Expansion for Individuals with Disabilities
Ammar Muthanna, Andrey Koucheryavy
The modern network technology ecosystem is expanding rapidly in multiple dimensions. Due to the demands of the Tactile Internet and fifth-generation (5G) networks, conventional approaches are no longer producing significant advancements. The imminent integration of immersive technologies holds the potential to revolutionize human existence, ushering in a new era of fully realized and enhanced human-to-machine interactions (H2M). This paradigm shift is poised to offer many benefits and adopt wireless technologies to enable real-time remote control. Concurrently, introducing the Tactile Internet necessitates a fundamental reevaluation of the foundational principles governing current and prospective communication networks. This article delves into an experimental endeavor that seeks to seamlessly integrate immersive technologies within 5G networks. A microservice application was developed for this purpose, simulating the nuanced movements of a person’s hand in space and facilitating the expression of intricate gestures. The article also delves into the strategies employed to minimize latency, enhancing the overall experience.