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Tracking Human Motion with Multiple Cameras Using an Articulated Model

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Tracking Human Motion with Multiple Cameras Using an Articulated Model
This paper presents a markerless motion capture pipeline based on volumetric reconstruction, skeletonization and articulated ICP with hard constraints. The skeletonization produces a set of 3D points roughly distributed around the limbs’ medial axes. Then, the ICP-based algorithm fits an articulated skeletal model (stick figure) of the human body. The algorithm fits each stick to a limb in a hierarchical fashion, traversing the body’s kinematic chain, while preserving the connection of the sticks at the joints. Experimental results with real data demonstrate the performances of the algorithm.
Davide Moschini, Andrea Fusiello
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where MIRAGE
Authors Davide Moschini, Andrea Fusiello
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