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Practical motion capture in everyday surroundings

Daniel Vlasic, Rolf Adelsberger, Giovanni Vannucci, John Barnwell, Markus Gross, Wojciech Matusik, Jovan Popović
2007 ACM SIGGRAPH 2007 papers on - SIGGRAPH '07  
Abstract Commercial motion-capture systems produce excellent in-studio reconstructions, but offer no comparable solution for acquisition in everyday environments.  ...  This limitation led us to design a wearable motion-capture system that records human activity in both indoor and outdoor environments.  ...  Acknowledgments We are grateful to Yeuhi Abe and Eugene Hsu for help with optical motion capture, Dragomir Anguelov for sharing the human mesh model, Ilya Baran for rigging the mesh, Edwin Olson for help  ... 
doi:10.1145/1275808.1276421 fatcat:gvqes5i7zbhenabb3nmlgbwizy

Practical motion capture in everyday surroundings

Daniel Vlasic, Rolf Adelsberger, Giovanni Vannucci, John Barnwell, Markus Gross, Wojciech Matusik, Jovan Popović
2007 ACM Transactions on Graphics  
Abstract Commercial motion-capture systems produce excellent in-studio reconstructions, but offer no comparable solution for acquisition in everyday environments.  ...  This limitation led us to design a wearable motion-capture system that records human activity in both indoor and outdoor environments.  ...  Acknowledgments We are grateful to Yeuhi Abe and Eugene Hsu for help with optical motion capture, Dragomir Anguelov for sharing the human mesh model, Ilya Baran for rigging the mesh, Edwin Olson for help  ... 
doi:10.1145/1239451.1239486 fatcat:bnbkaadlnzbl3hytmgz4kp7i6a

Practical motion capture in everyday surroundings

Daniel Vlasic, Rolf Adelsberger, Giovanni Vannucci, John Barnwell, Markus Gross, Wojciech Matusik, Jovan Popović
2007 ACM Transactions on Graphics  
Abstract Commercial motion-capture systems produce excellent in-studio reconstructions, but offer no comparable solution for acquisition in everyday environments.  ...  This limitation led us to design a wearable motion-capture system that records human activity in both indoor and outdoor environments.  ...  Acknowledgments We are grateful to Yeuhi Abe and Eugene Hsu for help with optical motion capture, Dragomir Anguelov for sharing the human mesh model, Ilya Baran for rigging the mesh, Edwin Olson for help  ... 
doi:10.1145/1276377.1276421 fatcat:m5cvuzduabawxljgqjthbz4ao4

Towards a personal at-home lab for motion video tracking in patients with Parkinson's disease

Alexander Yu. Meigal, Kirill S. Prokhorov, Nikita A. Bazhenov, Liudmila I. Gerasimova-Meigal, Dmitry G. Korzun
2017 2017 21st Conference of Open Innovations Association (FRUCT)  
Our early experiment shows that such cameras provide reliable capture quality for the practical use in PD patient motion video tracking.  ...  The services are constructed and delivered in the ubiquitous style-anywhere, anytime, and using surrounding devices of our everyday life.  ...  Our early experiments show that such home-based cameras provide reasonable capture quality for the practical use in PD patients motion video tracking.  ... 
doi:10.23919/fruct.2017.8250187 dblp:conf/fruct/MeigalPBGK17 fatcat:q6hoj7jwkffl7e3ris5s6vzuo4

Documenting and understanding everyday activities through the selective archiving of live experiences

Gillian R. Hayes
2006 CHI '06 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI EA '06  
The goal of this research is to build upon the work of capturing data in structured and planned settings to develop socially appropriate ways to archive important life experiences during unexpected, unstructured  ...  for capture and access in these settings coupled with design and development of applications for two specific domain problems; and evaluation of this solution as it pertains to these domain problems.  ...  In other domain problems, users must similarly be able to use the captured data to augment their own practices.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1125451.1125782 dblp:conf/chi/Hayes06 fatcat:qigqqsoeivb4pjhieznaoebxbe

Methodological Challenges of Studying Children in a Living Laboratory: Case example of Conceptual PlayLab
Методологические проблемы изучения детского развития в «живой» лаборатории на примере Лаборатории понятийной игры

M. Fleer, G. Fragkiadaki, P. Rai
2020 Kulʹturno-istoričeskaâ Psihologiâ  
Central for a living laboratory are: (1) capturing development in motion, (2) including the past in the present research context, (3) designing studies in ways that go beyond fossilised complete forms  ...  In this paper we introduce the concept of a living laboratory to capture the research dynamics of this cultural age period in family homes and preschool settings under conditions of an educational experiment  ...  a) capturing processes in motion, (b) recognizing past in the present, and (c) focusing beyond fossilized complete forms.  ... 
doi:10.17759/chp.2020160306 fatcat:3ql6o4paq5ddtgqpfhjcfqmeui

Curating Everyday Life: Approaches to Documenting Everyday Soundscapes

Milena Droumeva
2015 M/C Journal  
Curation, in this sense, is a metaphor for everyday media production, illuminated by the practice of listening with mobile technology.  ...  capture, share, and frame the material and sensory content of everyday life is a curator of sorts.  ...  Our goal has been to capture the actual photos and contexts in which the photos were taken to understand how camera phones are being used in everyday life in Tokyo.  ... 
doi:10.5204/mcj.1009 fatcat:rxs75wzntbbzbdun6qzld74sfy

Showing robots how to follow people using a broomstick interface

James E. Young, Kentaro Ishii, Takeo Igarashi, Ehud Sharlin
2010 2010 5th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI)  
Robots are poised to enter our everyday environments such as our homes and offices, contexts that present unique questions such as the style of the robot's actions.  ...  In this paper, we present a technique for programming the style of how a robot should follow a person by demonstration, such that non-technical designers and users can directly create the style of following  ...  DISCUSSION AND FUTURE WORK We are currently in the process of conducting and analyzing a multi-part user study surrounding our implementation, including comparisons to other systems as well as more exploratory  ... 
doi:10.1109/hri.2010.5453228 fatcat:6pobcxx4nfdthfywjggxiuj76y

Mobiot: Augmenting Everyday Objects into Moving IoT Devices Using 3D Printed Attachments Generated by Demonstration

Abul Al Arabi, Jiahao Li, Xiang 'Anthony Chen, Jeeeun Kim
2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
(right) In a kitchen, a user can build smart cooking aids with collective agent objects, a bowl fetching water, spice cans sprinkling salt and peppers, and a dish and a mug serving ready-to-eat foods as  ...  Motion Planning by Demonstration For an end-user, one main challenge to automate or actuate everyday environments lies in capturing motion requirements and authoring those actions. V.  ...  motion mechanism on the top of other mechanisms as it is not practical.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3491102.3517645 fatcat:nmyrnsu5p5fltkakrqwvu6amza

Showing robots how to follow people using a broomstick interface

James E. Young, Kentaro Ishii, Takeo Igarashi, Ehud Sharlin
2010 Proceeding of the 5th ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-robot interaction - HRI '10  
Robots are poised to enter our everyday environments such as our homes and offices, contexts that present unique questions such as the style of the robot's actions.  ...  In this paper, we present a technique for programming the style of how a robot should follow a person by demonstration, such that non-technical designers and users can directly create the style of following  ...  DISCUSSION AND FUTURE WORK We are currently in the process of conducting and analyzing a multi-part user study surrounding our implementation, including comparisons to other systems as well as more exploratory  ... 
doi:10.1145/1734454.1734508 dblp:conf/hri/YoungIIS10 fatcat:to7yh5heg5dszgbis6h7o3b23q

Visualizing urban inequalities: The ethics of videography and documentary filmmaking in water research

Maria Rusca
2018 WIREs Water  
The paper is based on research undertaken over a period of 4 years, in which a mix of talk based and videographic methods were used to capture the production of uneven conditions of access to water in  ...  Drawing on literature on visual methods and documentary filmmaking, this paper reflects on the role and potential of videography to capture and visualise inequalities in urban water supply and access.  ...  Acknowledgments This research has been undertaken in the framework of the collaboration between INHAbIT Cities (Investigating Natural, Historical and Institutional Transformations in Cities) The author  ... 
doi:10.1002/wat2.1292 fatcat:odef3np4trcdbk7tp6hnj7q62e

Writing E/scapes

Jasmine Ulmer, Susan Nordstrom, Marek Tesar
1970 Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology  
scape. 1 a brief 'escape or means of escape' 2 'a scenic view, whether of sea, land, or sky' 3 'in its various senses' 4 'a long flower-stalk rising directly from the root or rhizome' 5 a theoretical approach  ...  Scapes stay in motion, resisting capture. If anything (or anyone) has been captured, it has been us. Notably, the word 'scapes' has many uses in many fields.  ...  pedagogy, in practice and in collective experimentation.  ... 
doi:10.7577/rerm.2551 fatcat:4jpyjyfuzzdmpirpqiqhw3mjam

The (un)habitual geographies of Social Anxiety Disorder

Louise E. Boyle
2018 Social Science and Medicine  
It considers how habit simultaneously captures (un)reflective modes of being in the world and the foreboding disruptive capacity of uncertainty as people attempt to adapt to, negotiate and manage everyday  ...  spatialities of such practices-that enable individuals to (re)gain control of their socio-spatial surroundings.  ...  the practice of everyday life.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2018.03.002 pmid:29525271 fatcat:e2pwnzjq6zfn7p7le6h32atocq

Page 5074 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 85, Issue 12 [page]

1998 Psychological Abstracts  
Os were adapted to different directions of motion in the 2 eyes, and reported the direction of perceived motion during the test.  ...  85: 35927-35935 of motion were presented to separate eyes in 4 males (aged 26- 39 yrs).  ... 

Animating anthropology: On doing jamu in Java

Julie Laplante
2015 Medicine Anthropology Theory  
It is 2013, and we are in the month of Ramadan in Yogyakarta (Jogja) on the island of Java in Indonesia.  ...  motion.  ...  The practice of doing jamu is both transforming, and is itself continually transformed by the rhythms of everyday life in Jogja.  ... 
doi:10.17157/mat.2.2.190 fatcat:oboebclcmrbu3mfgjzb3tkg5vq
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