Developing high precision movement analysis

OData support
Supervisor:
Szabó Zoltán
Department of Automation and Applied Informatics

The aim of this thesis was to provide a plan to implement such a system that can be used for recording trajectories of human or machine motion in real time and ensures data analysis. The moving point is represented by an active LED-based marker. The cameras used are standard DV cameras.

In this work I present the decomposition of the problems need to be solved to implement the system (maker identification, camera calibration, 3D reconstruction). I show the building blocks of the system, the application, usage and also present possible future development issues. I present an automatic method for calibration. I do verification measurements to prove that the implementation works. I also present synchronous effort – tremor measurement, and show the resulting data after analysis.

Possible applications: ergonomics. healthcare, sport sciences, machine vision.

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