Special Issue "Sensor Systems for Motion Capture and Interpretation"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 July 2015)
This special issue addresses sensors for motion capture connected with sensor data interpretation using signal analysis and pattern recognition methods. Motion sensing and interpretation has gained wide interest for various areas, including context awareness, augmented reality, human computer interaction, and applications, e.g., in sports, rehabilitation, gaming, and many others. Depending on the application, motion sensing is often done using specific sensor designs and sensor modalities optimized for use at the human body, on objects, or embedded in the environment.
This special issue invites novel contributions that couple motion sensor design, integration with signal processing and machine learning methods to acquire and interpret sensor data continuously or from spot measurements. Contributions will utilize real-world evaluations, or highly insightful and realistic simulation approaches. Topics may include, but are not limited to:
- Novel motion sensor design coupled with appropriate signal processing
- Unobtrusive motion sensing and motion pattern interpretation.
- Movement performance analysis in real-life settings.
- Sensor systems for gesture recognition, virtual motion representation, and augmented reality and their application.
Prof. Dr. Oliver Amft
Manuscript Submission Information
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- movement analysis
- inertial sensors