Evaluation of Pose Tracking Accuracy in the First and Second Generations of Microsoft Kinect

13 Dec 2015 Qifei Wang Gregorij Kurillo Ferda Ofli Ruzena Bajcsy

Microsoft Kinect camera and its skeletal tracking capabilities have been embraced by many researchers and commercial developers in various applications of real-time human movement analysis. In this paper, we evaluate the accuracy of the human kinematic motion data in the first and second generation of the Kinect system, and compare the results with an optical motion capture system... (read more)

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