The fourMs Lab is equipped with state-of-the-art systems for studying human motion and physiology in a multimedia context.

The lab contains several different types of motion capture systems, eye tracking glasses, and physiological sensors. There are also a number of video cameras and audio devices for multichannel audio and video recording. In addition comes the multichannel audio rig, which allows for the exploration of spatial audio.

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The equipment of the fourMs Lab can be combined in many different ways.

Some of the main systems available in the fourMs Lab:

  • Qualisys optical motion capture system (13 Oqus cameras)
  • Optitrack optical motion capture system (8 cameras)
  • Xsens MVN full-body mobile motion capture system
  • Polhemus Patriot, magnetic 6-DOF motion tracking system.
  • Various inertial low-cost sensors and sensor systems, e.g. accelerometers
  • MEGA biosignal sensors (EMG)
  • Delsys biosignal sensors (EMG, ECG)
  • Multichannel truss mounted speaker rig with 48 Genelec (8020B) speakers for spatialization (Higher Order Ambisonics, VBAP, DBAP, etc.)
  • Small Wavefield Synthesis speaker array (24).
  • 2 active 6-channel hemispherical speakers for point-based sound diffusion.
  • TouchKeys Piano: multitouch keyboard with capacitive sensor overlays
  • Various electronic instruments and controllers from Theremin to Madrona Soundplane
  • High-end SSL AD/DA converters, RME Madiface XT state-of-the-art audio interface and recording setup with a range of quality microphones.
  • 6 Canon HD videocams (SDI) 
  • A range of microphones
Published Aug. 24, 2020 3:46 PM - Last modified Oct. 19, 2020 9:03 PM