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CVPR
2010
IEEE
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9 years 8 months ago
Real Time Motion Capture using a Single Time-Of-Flight Camera
Markerless tracking of human pose is a hard yet relevant problem. In this paper, we derive an efficient filtering algorithm for tracking human pose at 4-10 frames per second using...
Varun Ganapathi, Christian Plagemann, Sebastian Th...
CVPR
2009
IEEE
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10 years 7 months ago
Optimal Single Image Capture for Motion Deblurring
Deblurring images of moving objects captured from a traditional camera is an ill-posed problem due to the loss of high spatial frequencies in the captured images. Recent techniques...
Amit K. Agrawal, Ramesh Raskar
ACCV
2006
Springer
9 years 6 months ago
Virtual Fashion Show Using Real-Time Markerless Motion Capture
Abstract. This paper presents a motion capture system using two cameras that is capable of estimating a constrained set of human postures in real time. We first obtain a 3D shape ...
Ryuzo Okada, Björn Stenger, Tsukasa Ike, Nobu...
ICCV
2007
IEEE
10 years 2 months ago
Real-Time Marker-free Motion Capture from multiple cameras
We present a fully-automated method for real-time and marker-free 3D human motion capture. The system computes the 3D shape of the person filmed from a synchronized camera set. We...
Brice Michoud, Erwan Guillou, Héctor M. Bri...
ICIP
2004
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
Markerless motion capture with single and multiple cameras
The aim of Optical Motion Capture is to sequentially estimate the true state X of the subject (generally an articulated body) at any time instant tk from a set of data Dk, capture...
Paris Kaimakis, Joan Lasenby
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