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Yuzuru Hanyu Thesis Motion Capture
« on: August 17, 2021, 08:01:53 pm »
Yuzuru Hanyu Thesis from Waseda 3D Motion Capture, Physics, Unfair vs AI judging in Figure Skating (13:09)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3c2dDaIaifw

“This thesis is about the feasibility study on the utilization of motion capture systems in figure skating”

Using Xsens Inertial Motion Capture; https://www.xsens.com/a-history-of-motion-capture
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Re: Yuzuru Hanyu Thesis Motion Capture
« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2021, 09:30:15 am »
I watched this a while ago.  It's worth a look for anyone interested in technology applied to sport, or in judging.  I tend to watch competitive skating very little these days, and when I do I'm not interested in the points, just in the performance - but I appreciate others, including the skater who has worked so hard, want the judging to be fair and I think especially in the area of jumps where things happen so fast, there is mileage in looking into something more automated to support the humans in the process.  I think there's also potential for coaching, both in person and remotely.



 

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