Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Human Motion Capture and Analysis Poster Recieves Runner-Up in ICT Day Workshop

Congratulations to Seungkook Jun, Xiaobo Zhou, Dr. Venkat Krovi, and Dr. Daniel Ramsey for receiving runner-up in the recently held Information and Computing Technology (ICT) Day Workshop by the Department of Computer Science Engineering. The poster, entitled Cyber Physical Systems: Quantitative Sensing of Dynamic Behaviors for Progressive Rehabilitation, was presented by Seungkook Jun. The research team sought to determine the feasibility of using commercially available human motion capturing devices (such as the Microsoft Kinect) as economically-viable tools in motion analysis. This analysis is then applied to the design and implementation of rehabilitative devices, including articulated knee braces.

Related Publications:
[1] S.K. Jun, X. Zhou, D. Ramsey, V. Krovi, "A Comparative Study of Human Motion Capture and Analysis Tools", In International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR 2013), Seattle WA, June 24 -26 2013. (submitted for review)
[2] S.K. Jun, X. Zhou, D. Ramsey, V. Krovi, "Kineto-static Design-Refinement of Articulated Knee Braces", In ASME IDETC/ CIE 2013, Portland Oregon, August 4-7 2013. (submitted for review)
[3] Zhou, X, Tang, C.-P., and Krovi, V., “Analysis Framework for Cooperating Mobile Cable Robots,” 2012 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA '12), Minneapolis, MN, May 14-18 2012.
[4] Lee, L.-F., Zhou, X., Krovi, V., “Quantitative Performance Analysis of Haptic Devices with Parallelogram Subsystems”, In ASME IDETC/ CIE 2011, DETC 2011-47725, Washington, DC, August 28-31, 2011.
[5] Narayanan, M.S., Chakravarty, S., Shah, H.L., and Krovi, V., "Kinematic-Static- and Workspace Analysis of a 6- P-U-S Parallel Manipulator", In ASME IDETC/CIE 2010 Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 15-18, 2010.

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