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This paper presents results from a novel monocular marker-free gait measurement system. The system was designed for physical and occupational therapists to monitor the progress of patients through therapy. It is based on a novel human motion capture method derived from model-based tracking. Testing is performed on two monocular, sagittal-view, sample gait videos – one with both the environment and the subject’s appearance and movement restricted and one in a natural environment with unrestricted clothing and motion. Results of the modelling, tracking and analysis stages are presented along with standard gait graphs and parameters.
Courtney, J., De Paor, A. (2006) Preliminary Results for a Monocular Marker-Free Gait Measurement System. Journal of Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering,
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Journal of Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering