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Visiting the Mocap lab

Alexander Refsum Jensenius and Kristian Nymoen demonstrate an infrared marker-based motion capture system in the University of Oslo.

Alexander Refsum Jensenius and Kristian Nymoen demonstrate an infrared marker-based motion capture system.

This lab at the University of Oslo contains an advanced system from Qualisys with 13 cameras hanging around the walls and in the ceiling. The researchers use the system for studying performers and perceivers. Since the system can run in realtime, it is also used in the development of new interfaces for musical expression.

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