A motion capture and mimic system for motion controls

@article{Choi1997AMC,
  title={A motion capture and mimic system for motion controls},
  author={Woo-Yong Choi and Joongsun Yoon},
  journal={1997 8th International Conference on Advanced Robotics. Proceedings. ICAR'97},
  year={1997},
  pages={505-510}
}
A general procedure for a motion capture and mimic system has been delineated. Utilizing sensors operated in the magnetic fields, complicated and optimized movements are easily digitized to analyze and reproduce. The system described consists of a motion capture module, a motion visualization module, a motion plan module, a motion mimic module, and a GUI module. Design concepts of the system are modular, open, and user friendly to ensure the overall system performance. Custom-built and/or off… CONTINUE READING

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