A wireless inertial measurement system (WIMS) for an interactive dance environment

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2005-01
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Lynch, A.
Majeed, Bivragh
O'Flynn, Brendan
Barton, John
Murphy, F.
Delaney, Kieran
Ó Mathúna, S. Cian
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Institute of Physics Publishing, IOP
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This paper will present the work carried out in designing a Wireless Inertial Measurement System (WIMS) designed for a wearable system operating in an interactive dance environment. The concept underpinning this system is the generation of inertial information from multiple nodes distributed over a dancer's body, which will enable the dancer to communicate with their environment and interact with their surroundings through movement. The IMU nodes will be arranged in a network configuration whose control will be based upon existing technology developed at Tyndall.
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Wireless Inertial Measurement System (WIMS) , Interactive arts , Inertial Measurement Unit structure , RF communication interface
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Lynch, A., Majeed, B., O'Flynn, B., Barton, J., Murphy, F., Delaney, K. and O'Mathuna, S. C. (2005) 'A wireless inertial measurement system (WIMS) for an interactive dance environment', Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 15, pp. 95-100. doi: 10.1088/1742-6596/15/1/016