MOTION CORRECTION IN 3D IMAGING
This project has been developed by Chronoptics™ Group. WaikatoLink is currently seeking partners interested in licensing the technology or working with us to develop and implement the technique on commercial hardware.
Motion Correction in 3D Imaging
Inadequate motion quantification is a problem that currently limits the growth of commercial time-of-flight imaging technologies. The Motion Blur technique is a firmware solution that quantifies the speed and direction of moving objects with one specialised range image acquisition. Implementation of this technique will enable simultaneous motion detection for multiple objects in a scene, with a high level of measurement accuracy. The solution also corrects motion-related errors in real time, facilitating the subsequent utilisation of crisp, corrected representations of moving objects.
The motion correction technique is expected to enhance the accuracy of motion quantification in the following range imaging applications:
- Gesture control for consumer electronics and gaming devices.
- Interactive advertising, which relies on user interaction and gestures.
- Accurate measurement of speed and direction of motion.
- Simultaneous quantification and error-correction for multiple moving objects.
WaikatoLink is currently seeking partners interested in licensing the technology or working with us to develop and implement the technique on commercial hardware.
Proof of Concept
- Nigel Slaughter
- General Manager Commercial
Nigel Slaughter | General Manager Commercial
Nigel leads the commercial team at WaikatoLink, with the goal of increasing knowledge transfer and decreasing the complexity of the process. He has worked in commercialisation and technology marketing since 1995, 15 of these years in Europe. Over the course of 300+ commercialisation / marketing projects he has identified a series of essential ingredients for a successful project and these are now reflected in our processes. Nigel has an MBA from Aston Business School and a BSc in International Business from Aston University.