Automatic Human Joint Detection Using Microsoft Kinect

Samuel Cahyawijaya, Iping Supriana Suwardi

Abstract


Automatic human joint detection has been used in many application nowadays. In this paper, we propose an approach to detect full body human joint method using depth and color image. The proposed solution is divided into 3 stage, which is image preprocess stage, distance transform stage, and anthropometric constraint analysis stage. The output of our solution is a stickman model with the same pose as in the given input image. Our implementation is done by using a Microsoft Kinect RGB and depth camera with 480x640 image resolution. The performance of this solution is demonstrated on several human posture.

Keywords


Microsoft Kinect, human joint, anthropometry, depth image, body measure

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