A cost-effective sensor system to train light weight juggling using an interactive virtual reality interface
Marina Vela Nuñez*, Carlo Avizzano*, Denis Mottet† and Massimo Bergamasco*
PERCRO Perceptual Robotics Laboratory, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy
(†) Movement to Health (M2H), Montpellier-1 University, France
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This paper presents a novel approach to train how to juggle using a sensor system based on one of the most commercial, sophisticated and accessible input devices, the Wii Remote controller. This platform, particularly its infrared camera, is used to develop a real-time sensor system for hand motion tracking and ﬁt it into a virtual reality interface. The quality of our algorithm was tested through this 3D virtual interface, which has the ﬁnality to give the user visual feedback of his/her hand positions, and created for the user the sensation of juggling.
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