A real time anatomical converter for human motion capture

@inproceedings{Molet1996ART,
  title={A real time anatomical converter for human motion capture},
  author={Tom Molet and Ronan Boulic and Daniel Thalmann},
  year={1996}
}
There are many possible ways of identifying the posture of a human character from a set of known positions. These methods differ in subtle but important ways. We propose an alternative method to the jacobian-based Inverse Kinematics, one which allows for simple calibration, allows for sensors slippage, and can take advantage of knowledge of the type of motion being performed. This approach gives real-time conversion of magnetic sensors measurements into human anatomical rotations. Our converter… CONTINUE READING
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