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CVPR
2009
IEEE
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Markerless Motion Capture with Unsynchronized Moving Cameras
In this work we present an approach for markerless motion capture (MoCap) of articulated objects, which are recorded with multiple unsynchronized moving cameras. Instead of usin...
Bodo Rosenhahn, Hans-Peter Seidel, Juergen Gall, M...
CVPR
2012
IEEE
11 years 8 months ago
Spatio-temporal motion tracking with unsynchronized cameras
We present a new spatio-temporal method for markerless motion capture. We reconstruct the pose and motion of a character from a multi-view video sequence without requiring the cam...
A. Elhayek, Carsten Stoll, Nils Hasler, Kwang In K...
CVPR
2003
IEEE
13 years 10 months ago
Dynamic Depth Recovery from Unsynchronized Video Streams
In this paper, we propose an algorithm for estimating dense depth information of dynamic scenes from multiple video streams captured using unsynchronized stationary cameras. We so...
Chunxiao Zhou, Hai Tao
ACCV
2006
Springer
13 years 11 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...
ICIP
2004
IEEE
14 years 7 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