Background: Significant work has been conducted in the direction of an intelligent interface
development through Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Various forms of information, such
as video, audio, or in the written form, have been proposed either separately or in combination.
Methods: This paper proposes an interactive contact solution based on the distinct characteristics of
contract distribution and the spatial and temporal consistency to establish a multiple display system.
Result: The correspondence between the user’s arm position information and the virtual scene was
established by utilizing a virtual 3D interactive rectangular parallelepiped. An estimation technique
of the arm motion was designed, in conjunction with the employment of the Fuzzy Predictive Control
Mamdani Algorithm (FPCMA) using Robust Tracking (RT) for the user’s arm position and for
validating the efficiency and accuracy, Kalman filter algorithm (VEA) was used to test the stability.
Conclusion: For RT, using FPCMA is 1.21 for 17fps while 0.83 for 35fps. For the output, the VEA
accuracy rate is 0.97.