Motion capture suit

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2 April 2013

A wireless motion capture suit with real-time vibrotactile feedback.



In 2005 I invented a wireless motion capture suit with real-time vibrotactile feedback. Since then I have overseen the design and manufacture of several production prototypes. The project was funded by Birmingham City University. The suits have been used for a variety of research and training purposes including assisting olympic atheletes train for the 2012 olympics, moving and handling training and music performances. The invention has been featured in the national press and has appeared on television.

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