An improved device to measure human response to dorsiflexion and plantar flexion perturbations
The Dorsiflexometer proved to be capable of conducting repeatable assessments and the competency of the machine, the accuracy of both inverted pendulum models and the balance response of seafarers aboard an Antarctic research and supply vessel during rough sea conditions were proved.
Asana posture correction using centre of gravity calculated using skeletal information
- Computer Science
Postures in every step of Warrior I are captured and using the formula CoG for the postures are calculated and mean value for every posture is considered as correct CoG value for that posture.
YOGA POSTURE RECOGNITION ACCORDING TO IMAGES CAPTURED BY RGB CAMERA
Muscle conditions are more common in human as a result of injuries or aging, which is a significant concern for the future. Physical activity may help to get rid of this disease. The most effective…
Recurrent bidirectional visual human pose retrieval
- Computer ScienceIEEJ Transactions on Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Foot anthropometry device and single object image thresholding
- Computer ScienceArXiv
A device, algorithm and graphical user interface is introduced to obtain anthropometric measurements of foot and no significant difference between manual and image-based anthropometry observed.
QEEG-based neural correlates of decision making in a well-trained eight year-old chess player.
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of integrative neuroscience
The authors' analyses indicated a lower power spectral density (PSD) for higher frequency bands in the right hemisphere upon DM-related epochs and the information flow upon DM blocks in this particular case was more of posterior towards anterior brain regions.
Multimodal Person Reidentification Using RGB-D Cameras
- Computer ScienceIEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology
This paper investigates whether the reidentification accuracy of clothing appearance descriptors can be improved by fusing them with anthropometric measures extracted from depth data, using RGB-D sensors, in unconstrained settings and proposes a dissimilarity-based framework for building and fusing the multimodal descriptors of pedestrian images for reIdentification tasks.
Re-identification and semantic retrieval of pedestrians in video surveillance scenarios
- Computer Science
This work investigates whether the re-identification accuracy of clothing appearance descriptors can be improved by fusing them with anthropometric measures extracted from depth data, using RGB-Dsensors, in unconstrained settings and proposes a dissimilaritybased framework for building and fusing multi-modal descriptors of pedestrian images for re-Identification tasks.
Pose-conditioned joint angle limits for 3D human pose reconstruction
- Computer Science2015 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)
A general parametrization of body pose is defined and a new, multi-stage, method to estimate 3D pose from 2D joint locations using an over-complete dictionary of poses is defined that shows good generalization while avoiding impossible poses.
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