Research Projects (2006)
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A Low-Cost System for Automatic People Tracking in a Labyrinth
After medical treatment of visually handicapped people it is desirable to evaluate the benefit of the treatment for the patient. Especially the capability of the patient to orient himself in a three-dimensional environment, to navigate and recognize obstacles is of interest.
For a clinical evaluation under controlled circumstances a labyrinth has been built through which the patient ha to navigate. Obstacles may be randomly placed in the labyrinth. A multi-camera system keeps track of the patients movements and extracts parameters such as position, speed, head rotation etc.