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Researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology and Carnegie Mellon University developed a human motion capture system called MonoEye, which consists of a single ultrawide fisheye camera mounted on the user’s chest. The system’s simplicity lends itself to a wide range of applications, in sports, medicine, and entertainment.
MonoEye is based on a single ultrawide fisheye camera worn on the user’s chest, enabling activity capture in everyday life. Courtesy of the Association of Computer Machinery.
The system features a 280° field of view and is able to capture the user’s limbs, face, and surrounding environment. To achieve robust multimodal motion capture, the system was designed with three deep neural networks…