可視および熱マーカーに関する運動時の人体の識別限界について Discrimination Limit of Moving Visual and Thermal Markers
In the field of dynamic engineering and biomechanics, the digital video recorder (DVR) is widely applied to visualize human beings using several visual markers on the body surface. IR radiometric systems are mainly applied to detect flaws of dynamic components and etiological causes of human beings. Infrared radiometers are often used to visualize and analyze the moving body as well as their temperature distributions. Quantitative analysis using the IR system was carried out to visualize and motion and temperature of the moving bodies. In this study, the high-speed IR system measures the dynamic and thermal images of the moving bodies using passive and active markers and friction marks of the moving interface boundary. Discrimination limit of measured images by the digital video recorder DVR and IR is quantitatively compared.
- 可視化情報学会誌. Suppl.
可視化情報学会誌. Suppl. 23(1), 437-438, 2003-07-01
The Visualization Society of Japan