Title: Human Movement Instruction System that Utilizes Avatar Overlays Using Stereoscopic Images
Authors: Ihara, Masayuki
Shimada, Yoshihiro
Kida, Kenichi
Shiwa, Shinichi
Ishibashi, Satoshi
Mizumori, Takeshi
Citation: WSCG '2000: Conference proceeding: The 8th International Conference in Central Europe on Computers Graphics, Visualization and Interaktive Digital Media '2000 in cooperation with EUROGRAPHICS and IFIP WG 5.10: University of West Bohemia, Plzen, Czech republic, February 7 - 10, 2000, p. 298-305.
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: University of West Bohemia
Document type: konferenční příspěvek
URI: http://wscg.zcu.cz/wscg2000/Papers_2000/Q79.pdf
ISBN: 80-7082-612-6
Keywords: smíšená realita;kontrola místa;systém pro instrukci lidského pohybu;stereoskopické vidění
Keywords in different language: mixed reality;control of place;human movement instruction system;stereoscopic vision
Abstract: In the Mixed Reality environment that combines the real world and the virtual world it is important to control the ’place’ that comprises both real and virtual objects. In this paper, we study the overlay of humans and avatars in virtual space in the creation of an immersive human movement instruction system that works through a network. In this system, users wear stereoscopic glasses and motion capture devices and perform within an immersive virtual space experience system called CAVE TM. A user can look at a stereoscopic image of an avatar that is displayed over his or her own body. In this project, the authors connected two CAVE TM systems to a network to develop a system that enables model movement instruction and judgment of movement skills to be implemented by people in remote locations. This paper will introduce the setup and configuration of this system.
Rights: © University of West Bohemia
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