A wireless inertial measurement system (WIMS) for an interactive dance environment
Ó Mathúna, S. Cian
Institute of Physics Publishing, IOP
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.
Wireless Inertial Measurement System (WIMS) , Interactive arts , Inertial Measurement Unit structure , RF communication interface
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
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