GravitySpace: tracking users and their poses in a smart room using a pressure-sensing floor

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We explore how to track people and furniture based on a high-resolution pressure-sensitive floor. Gravity pushes people and objects against the floor, causing them to leave imprints of pressure distributions across the surface. While the sensor is limited to sensing direct contact with the surface, we can sometimes conclude what takes place above the… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2468356.2479553

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@inproceedings{Brnzel2013GravitySpaceTU, title={GravitySpace: tracking users and their poses in a smart room using a pressure-sensing floor}, author={Alan Br{\"a}nzel and Christian Holz and Daniel Hoffmann and Dominik Schmidt and Marius Knaust and Patrick L{\"u}hne and Ren{\'e} Meusel and Stephan Richter and Patrick Baudisch}, booktitle={CHI Extended Abstracts}, year={2013} }