A real-time interaction strategy for virtual maintenance based on motion capture
by Gangfeng Deng; Xianxiang Huang; Qinhe Gao; Quanmin Zhu; Zhili Zhang; Ying Zhan
International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology (IJCAT), Vol. 49, No. 3/4, 2014

Abstract: This paper presents a real-time interaction strategy for virtual maintenance based on motion capture system. The strategy has integrated the real-time control function of motion capture systems and reusable function of motion capture data to solve the limited captured-domain problem in the motion capture system. The main techniques for this cross boundary research include maintenance feature matrix calculation, collision detection, interpolation algorithm, oriented switch, data glove and path planning, which have overcome a number of critical issues, such as data storage, automotive generation of transition frames, transformation of operation location and shifting of control approaches. Further the research has implemented the real-time interaction control of large-domain virtual maintenance operation.

Online publication date: Thu, 05-Jun-2014

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