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    Wearable Camera Enables Human Motion Capture

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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…

    Oct, 23 2020 |

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