From KinectTM to anatomically-correct motion modelling: Preliminary results for human application

@inproceedings{Bonnechre2013FromKT,
  title={From KinectTM to anatomically-correct motion modelling: Preliminary results for human application},
  author={Bruno Bonnech{\`e}re and Victor Sholukha and F. Moiseev and Marcel Rooze and Serge L. Van Sint Jan},
  booktitle={GFHEU},
  year={2013}
}
The KinectTM sensors can be used as cost effective and easy to use Markerless Motion Capture devices. Therefore a wide range of new potential applications are possible. Unfortunately, right now, the stick model skeleton provided by the KinectTM is only composed of 20 points located approximately at the joint level of the subject which movements are being captured by the camera. This relatively limited amount of key points is limiting the use of such devices to relatively crude motion assessment… CONTINUE READING

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