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Title: 3D motion capturing device with Bluetooth - I
Authors: Liu, Ying Shun
Department: Department of Computer Engineering and Information Technology
Issue Date: 2005
Supervisor: Dr. Lau Ricky W H. Assessor: Dr. Yuen Kelvin S Y
Abstract: This report summarizes the research on using inertial sensors for capturing 3D movement and transmits the signal with Bluetooth to PC. A summary of research is made on how to implement 3D capturing using accelerometer and gyros and how to deal with the amplifying and noise problem with the sensors. This report is also covering the design and implements a prototype input device for translating a 3D object. This report summarizes different topic that I have studied for developing the prototype including; PCB board drawing and design, optimizing analog signal, programming Atmel microcontroller, analog to digital convention, implementing with RS232 protocol with Visual C++, implementing a Graphical user interface in OpenGl, testing of the prototype.
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