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Design, Implementation, and Experimental Results of a Quaternion-Based Kalman Filter for Human Body Motion Tracking

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2 Author(s)
Yun, X. ; Dept. of Electr. & Comput. Eng., Naval Postgraduate Sch., Monterey, CA ; Bachmann, E.R.

Real-time tracking of human body motion is an important technology in synthetic environments, robotics, and other human-computer interaction applications. This paper presents an extended Kalman filter designed for real-time estimation of the orientation of human limb segments. The filter processes data from small inertial/magnetic sensor modules containing triaxial angular rate sensors, accelerometers, and magnetometers. The filter represents rotation using quaternions rather than Euler angles or axis/angle pairs. Preprocessing of the acceleration and magnetometer measurements using the Quest algorithm produces a computed quaternion input for the filter. This preprocessing reduces the dimension of the state vector and makes the measurement equations linear. Real-time implementation and testing results of the quaternion-based Kalman filter are presented. Experimental results validate the filter design, and show the feasibility of using inertial/magnetic sensor modules for real-time human body motion tracking

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Robotics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

Dec. 2006

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