From David Yammouni – perhaps the future of commodity mocap?
Stanford University’s BioMotion lab showing a system that analyses motion without markers from streamed video data. Interesting in terms of interpreting motion data.
The BioMotion Lab at Queen’s University in Canada has some great examples of biological motion from a psychological perspective, and also has biological motion stuff for animals (including virtual pigeons!)
Here are some examples of what Qualisys cameras have been used for
This site has been created for use by members of my lab to share information, ideas, reading, data analysis techniques and the like. The main focus of our research is to understand the development of expert skilled performance, and the three areas of research endeavour at the moment are:
- the development of expert skilled performance in martial arts
- ab initio flying training in fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft
- the development of cognitive skills and discipline-based expertise in academia
The lead researchers in the lab are Dr Lisa Wise, Dr Jason Skues, and Dr Ben Williams, and our key subject matter expert and research associate for Martial Arts is Sabum Spiridon Cariotis. Our research assistants are Ignacio Bruhn Larrain, Tim Wise and Moira Williamson.