“Characters in Historic Scenes”

              Digital Models of characters greatly enhance reconstructions of digital scenes, enabling us to better imagine what ti would have been like to live, work and play in the past. The OpenVirtualWorlds group at St Andrews has worked with museums, archaeologists and historians to recreate historic scenes including Vikings […]

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“Virtual Dive Experience” Year of Coasts and Waters

“The year 2020 has been designated Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters, a year that will spotlight, celebrate and promote opportunities to experience and enjoy Scotland’s unrivalled coasts and waters, encouraging responsible engagement and participation from the people of Scotland and our visitors.” Visit Scotland In these projects we will work with and develop digital […]

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NAO Humanoid Robot Programming

The NAO humanoid robot [1] is a high-end robot (about the size of a small child) used in education and research and also other areas such as banking. It offers opportunities to explore areas such as 3-D imaging, speech recognition and production, vision processing, face tracking, complex limb motions, and artificially intelligent and emotional interaction. The […]

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Constrained Reconstruction and Visualization of Human Movement from Incomplete Temporal Kinesiological Data

A great amount of work in kinesiology has preceded the ready availability of powerful computing devices which are nowadays affordable and pervasive. Consequently a substantial amount of collected data is not available for use and sophisticated analysis in an accessible form. This greatly limits the usefulness of vast amounts of data in the development of […]

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