Thank you to Marius Krabset, who made this using Blender. It’s given us all kinds of ideas for experimenting on Rob when he gets back from holiday.
It is a bank holiday, and we are all quite…cheerful, post company barbecue, so I will keep this brief. Here’s a motion tracking demo from Erik Haberup. He says:
In case the Raspberry Pi team would like another example of the versatility of their product.
This is my capstone project for the University of Nebraska – Lincoln (Computer Electronics Engineering) which uses a Raspberry Pi to wirelessly transmit live motion tracking data from a set of 13 inertial measurement units.
I’ll ask Erik for some more information, but in the meantime, I thought you might like to enjoy this *outstanding* video.