Andreas Aristidou, Assistant Professor Department of Computer Science, University of Cyprus, and
Research Fellow, CYENS Centre of Excellence
Yiorgos Chrysanthou, Professor Department of Computer Science, University of Cyprus, and Research Director, CYENS Centre of Excellence
Anastasios Yiannakidis, Research Associate University of Cyprus
Motion capture is a technology used for turning the observations of a moving subject into 3D position and orientation information, stimulating our ability to define and virtually portray complex movements. The ALADDIN project aims at the development of such a technology that goes beyond conventional methods, is cost-effective, and minimizes the risks associated with capturing in dynamic situations. The proposed system is easily scalable and intrinsic, in the sense that measurements are not taken by external devices, enabling efficient capturing in outdoor environments, with state-of-the-art acquisition accuracy.