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Mining Publication: Motion Editing and Reuse Techniques and Their Role in Studying Events Between a Machine and its Operator

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April 2002

Image of publication Motion Editing and Reuse Techniques and Their Role in Studying Events Between a Machine and its Operator

Motion capture involves recording the position and global orientation of joint sensors of a real object, in most cases a real person performing some human activities. This information is usually recorded at uniformly spaced instances of time, or as it is often called frame-by-frame. Then the recorded motion data sets are processed and mapped into a skeleton hierarchy of a virtual, computer simulated human figure to control the motion of the virtual human in the computer simulation. In the first part of the paper we review several new techniques developed to facilitate the manipulation, noise reduction, storage and reuse of captured data, which have a potential to reduce the overall cost of motion simulation and improve its realism. In the second part of the paper we consider the real life problem of reducing a worker's risk from being hit by underground mining machinery in a confined space. We formulate a set of requirements to motion editing for this particular task and analyze the limitation of existing techniques.

Authors: O Volberg, DH Ambrose

Conference PaperApril - 2002

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NIOSHTIC2 Number: 20023447

In: Proceedings of the 2002 Society of Computer Simulation International, Advance Simulation Technologies Conference, 34(4), San Diego, California 2002 Apr; :181-186

 
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