Towards real-time 3-D monocular visual tracking of human limbs in unconstrained environments

@article{Bullock2005TowardsR3,
  title={Towards real-time 3-D monocular visual tracking of human limbs in unconstrained environments},
  author={David J. Bullock and John S. Zelek},
  journal={Real-Time Imaging},
  year={2005},
  volume={11},
  pages={323-353}
}
The 3-D visual tracking of human limbs is fundamental to a wide array of computer vision applications including gesture recognition, interactive entertainment, biomechanical analysis, vehicle driver monitoring, and electronic surveillance. The problem of limb tracking is complicated by issues of occlusion, depth ambiguities, rotational ambiguities, and high levels of noise caused by loose fitting clothing. We attempt to solve the 3-D limb tracking problem using only monocular imagery (a single… CONTINUE READING
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