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SMI Eye Tracking Glasses 2.0 are a mobile eye tracking device with 60Hz binocular sampling rate. The all-in-one solution measures visual behavior in real-world situations and covers the whole process from study design and data recording to efficient analysis.

The MotionJacket is equipped with five high precise IMU (inertial measurement units) that can be utilised for activity recognition. The sensors are mounted on the uper/lower left/right arm and the back. The information of the five sensors is synchronised and fused containing the following sensor data for each single IMU:

  • accurate full 360 degrees 3-D orientation output with an angular resolution of 0.05 deg
  • highly dynamic response combined with long-term stability
  • 3-D acceleration, 3-D rate of turn and 3-D earth-magnetic field data
  • all solid-state miniature MEMS inertial sensors inside
  • compact design (38 x 53 x 21 mm, 30 g)
  • high update rate (120 Hz for orientation data)
  • accepts synchronization pulses
  • individually calibrated for temperature, 3-D misalignment and sensor cross-sensitivity
Die Infrarotkamera FLIR SC655 ist mit einem hochauflösenden Detektor mit 640x480 Pixeln ausgestattet, und erlaubt Echtzeitstreaming von 16bit Infrarotbilddaten mit einer Wiederholfrequenz von 50Hz (Vollbild) bis 200Hz (Teilfenster 1/4, "Windowing"). Die thermische Empfindlichkeit von kleiner 50mK erfasst kleinste Bilddetails und geringste Temperaturunterschiede, auch auf grössere Distanzen und bei relativ großem Öffnungswinkel (45°-Weitwinkelobjektiv). Das zur Verfügung stehende Application and Programming Interface (API) erlaubt die Integration, Vorverarbeitung und Interpretation der Wärmebilddaten in eigenen Applikationen, und die Darstellung der Ergebnis auf der entsprechenden Auswerteeinheit.
4x4 FullHD Video Wall (01. June 2011)
The Video Wall of the Institute for Pervasive Computing consists of an array of sixteen SAMSUNG 460UXn-3 digital signage displays with a screen size of 46 inch and a maximum resolution of 1920x1080 pixels.
Ubisense 7000 is a precise Real-Time Location System, providing enterprise business automation by tracking people and assets with unmatched accuracy, and enabling visibility and control of previously intractable business challenges.
Intersense InertiaCube2 (19. March 2009)
The Intersense InertiaCube2 is a multi-purpose sensor designed for real-time applications in simulation & training, virtual & augmented reality, motion capture and human movement analysis. It integrates nine discreet miniature sensing elements utilizing advanced Kalman filtering algorithms to produce a full 360° sourceless orientation tracking sensor.
XSens MTi-G (12. March 2009)
The XSens MTi-G is a small size and low weight measurement unit, excellent for control and navigation of (un)manned systems and other objects. It is a MEMS based Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) with integrated GPS and static pressure sensor and delivers unprecedented performance for its size, weight, cost and low complexity in use. The MTi-G overcomes typical IMU and AHRS challenges faced in e.g. aerospace and automotive applications.
Ekahau’s Wi-Fi based RTLS uses patented software-based algorithms to compute the location of tracked objects, eliminating the need for exciters, choke points, receivers and other proprietary hardware infrastructure. It can easily scale to support tens of thousands of tags on a single server. The Ekahau location protocol enables the wireless location tags to function as any standard Wi-Fi device, and therefore makes two-way communication features between the tags and applications possible, such as visual and audible alerts and two-way text messaging for example. Because the Ekahau system relies on existing Wi-Fi infrastructure, superior tracking accuracy is offered.
The Xsens MTx is a small and accurate 3-DOF orientation tracker. It provides drift-free 3-D orientation as well as temperature (for temperature calibration) and the following kinematic data: 3-D acceleration, 3-D rate of turn and 3-D earth-magnetic field. The MTx has been developed to serve as a measurement unit for orientation measurement of human body segments. With the Xbus Kit, which contains an Xbus Master with a Bluetooth v2.0 (Serial Port Profile) wireless link, it is possible to control even multiple MTx sensor modules, which in turn enables ambulatory measurement of human motion.
Sun SPOTs (Sun Small Programmable Object Technology) are small, wireless, battery-powered devices which have been developed at Sun Labs to explore the next frontier of network computing. These devices can be used in a wide range of applications including robotics, environmental monitoring, asset tracking, proactive health care and many others. Sun SPOTs are powered by a specially designed small-footprint Java virtual machine, called Squawk, that can host multiple applications concurrently, and requires no underlying operating system. Stackable boards include application-specific sensors and actuators such as accelerometers, light detectors, temperature sensors, LEDs, push buttons and general I/O pins. The devices can be duty cycled to run for months on a single charge of their rechargeable battery.
Our 16-channel vibrotactile system is suitable for conducting user studies regarding haptics (or sense of touch). It consists of 16 individual controllable electromechanical coil transducers, mounted on 2 tactor strips. The tactor elements can be placed on any-position of the stripes, it also possible to dismantle them and use them in individual arrangements. The primary field of application is in human-machine interfaces (in the automotive domain). For programming the tactor system, a C++ Windows-DLL as well as a JNI-Wrapper and an OSGi-Bundle are available. Furthermore, sample programs are provided to demonstrate and test the hardware. Special drivers are not required. Technical details are described in the detail view.
Xuuk Eyebox2 (29. November 2007)
The Xuuk Eyebox2 is a realtime eyeball tracking system that is capable of tracking whoever is looking at it or at a display it is attached to within a 10 meter radius. It consists of a 1.3 megapixel camera and an array of infrared LEDs.
The InertiaCube3 is the world’s smallest inertial orientation reference system. Providing full 360° sourceless tracking in all axes, the InertiaCube3 integrates nine discrete, miniature sensing elements with advanced Kalman filtering algorithms. The low power consumption and wide temperature range of the InertiaCube3 make it ideal for head or body tracking in mobile simulation, training and situational awareness applications.
High End Systems Orbital Head (03. November 2007)
The Orbital Head System is used in combination with a DLP system to project images anywhere in 3-D space. This accessory is a dual mirror system which attaches onto the Barco SLM-R12 Performer projector via a custom adapter plate. Mirror position is programmable using DMX 512 control, and allows a static or moving image projected through the projector to move 250 degrees on axis one and 360 degrees on axis two. The Orbital Head System operates using stepper-motors for position accuracy and allows users to change zoom, focus, and other projector parameters via DMX.
Barco SLM R12+ Performer (02. November 2007)
The SLM Performer Series combines state-of-the-art DLP technology from Texas Instruments with Barco’s know-how in electronics, optics and mechanical design. This results in images with an impressive light output of up to 11,500 ANSI lumens and exceptional image quality and video performance.
The IS-900 delivers extremely precise and accurate wide area, interference free head, hand and object tracking for the most demanding indoor 3D applications.
Point Grey Research offers a wide range of advanced digital miniaturized camera products. The Firefly MV camera is a small, inexpensive and easy-to-use IEEE-1394 digital camera designed for machine vision applications. With a 25x40mm board-level footprint and external trigger and strobe functionality, the Firefly MV is ideal for industrial imaging applications.
ILR is a feature-rich wireless tracking and tracing solution that comes in a variety of communication standards and protocols including the ISO 18000-7 air interface standard. The key to ILR (Intelligent Long Range) is the ability to communicate reliably over long distances (up to 100m) while using extremely low levels of power. This allows for predictable communications even under challenging circumstances.
Meshed Systems PicoTag RFID (23. August 2007)
PicoTag™ represents Meshed Systems' first family of memory chips. It operates at 13.56MHz and is compliant with ISO 15693 communication standard enabling long communication distance. The PicoTag™ chip is the ideal contactless chip for large volume identification applications like RFID, libraries and source tagging requiring low cost and no security.
SparkFun Accelerometers (19. August 2007)
An accelerometer is a sensor for measuring the external force that affects it. Per default the measured acceleration on a not moved sensor is nominally one g due to earth's gravity at a specific location. SparkFun Electronics offers several solutions for sensing acceleration. The SparkFun SerAccel V3 is a Dual-Axis accelerometer with a serial interface and is available as sensor board as well as enclosed in a shock-resistant case. The WiTilt Wireless Accelerometer is a Triple-Axis accelerometer equipped with a bluetooth communication interface.
Mica Motes (14. August 2007)
The MICAz is a 2.4 GHz Mote module used for enabling low-power, wireless sensor networks.