Low-cost optical tracking for immersive collaboration in the CAVE using the Wii remote
Murgia, A., Wolff, R., Sharkey, P.M. and Clark, B. (2008) Low-cost optical tracking for immersive collaboration in the CAVE using the Wii remote. In: 7th International Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality and Associated Technologies with ArtAbilitation 2008, Maia & Porto, Portugal.
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We present a novel way of interacting with an immersive virtual environment which involves inexpensive motion-capture using the Wii Remote®. A software framework is also presented to visualize and share this information across two remote CAVETM-like environments. The resulting applications can be used to assist rehabilitation by sending motion information across remote sites. The application’s software and hardware components are scalable enough to be used on desktop computer when home-based rehabilitation is preferred.
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