I want to put hand gesture on a webpage. Usually, in webpages, there's navigation bar that is located at the top of webpage. Often nav-bar is in a form of multi-level menu, like drop down menu. And by hand gesture here, I mean the form or movement made from wrist to the end of your finger, e.g. 'thumb up', 'peace sign', 'waving hand', etc, or a motion/movement made by your hand, like 'move to the right', 'move to the top', etc.
But then I thought, is drop-down menu good to be implemented as the UI for multi-level menu that navigated using hand gesture? Why it may be good, why it may be not? Maybe there's another form of multi-level menu more suitable to be used? Then, maybe, what kind of gesture should be used? Is there any user preferences about this?
To sum it up, is there any research related to those matters?
I found this though,
Related topic with Leap Motion: Rethinking Menu Design in the Natural Interface Wild West
but that's the only one I could find.