(firstname.lastname@example.org) Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon, South Korea
(email@example.com) Yuktix Technologies, Bangalore, India.
(firstname.lastname@example.org) Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engineering, SRMAP University, Andhra Pradesh, India.
With the growing pervasiveness of smart objects around us with low power self-sustainable solar based sensing, lies the potential of harnessing their AI-powered capabilities for building intelligent homes, voice assistants, and even city-scale infrastructures. In fact, there is still plenty to cash
on these smart objects to achieve our long-standing vision of the Internet of Technology (IoT) with vibration or solar to power the system and recharge the battery. A promising vision for the future Internet of Things (IoT) is to enable input, control, and interaction via human gestures. For example, a user can draw an in-air gesture to change the room temperature from his smart AC. In this regard, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and related communication LowPAN technologies holds promise for facilitating such capabilities due to their massive use in our everyday objects. By tracking, the gesture motion from an RFID reader installed on one of the nearby objects (e.g., table lamp); the user can perform gesture commands as an augmented interaction means to communicate with the smart AC and set the desired room temperature.