The Bielefeld Multimodal Interaction Lab (Hardware)

In its current (May 2013) incarnation, the lab contains the following hardware:

  • video cameras . Canon XHG1s. Prosumer cameras, HD, sync-capable.
  • microphones Various Sennheiser, both near-field and headset-type.
  • Seeingmachines FaceLab 5. Camera-based eye tracker.
  • microsoft kinect .. Started with openNI, but that didn't provide us with what we wanted. Microsoft SDK getting better and better.
  • Natural Point optitrack 12 cameras; marker-based motion-caputer system. Much more accurate than kinects, but doesn't quite fit with the "minimally invasive"-theme. Haven't used it much in more recent stuff.
  • NEC MultiSync V462, 62" display

An Example Human--Machine Interaction Setting


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