Rotor Style Skeleton Browser

A while ago I found a paper from a research project called MediaMill. They presented a technique for viewing different facets of video content in a windmill fashion. Recently I was exploring how we could visualise skeletons and thought would give the technique a try, here is a screenshot of a basic approach:




In this example each joint (of which there are 10) is represented on a “blade”. This very simple example visualise joint variation a better approach would to measure the distance between the body and variations on a specific joint but hey was just a sample.



To see more about different video browsers see the MediaMill project

See related Rotor Browser papers at ICME or CIVR from 2007.

Posted by Stuart James Sunday, May 12, 2013 10:40:00 AM Categories: Evaluation Publication Retrieval WebDev
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