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Prof. Pierluigi Aschieri • Interview about Virtual Sensei

Published on March 1, 2011 By Alessandro Timmi
In this video Prof. Pierluigi Aschieri, head coach of the FIJLKAM Italian karate team, talks about the use of Virtual Sensei on élite athletes like Luca Valdesi, Viviana Bottaro, Sara Cardin and Salvatore Loria. See the promo video and the gallery of the event.

Italian Karate Team & Virtual Sensei

Published on February 7, 2011 By Alessandro Timmi
A new milestone in the development of Virtual Sensei: we are proud to announce our official collaboration with the Italian Karate Team and FIJLKAM (Federazione Italiana Judo Lotta Karate e Arti Marziali, the Italian Karate federation accredited by the WKF). Champions such as Luca Valdesi, Viviana Bottaro, Sara Cardin and Salvatore Loria, who are at […]

Skeleton, new anthropomorphic dummy

Published on September 15, 2010 By Alessandro Timmi
Another step in the development of Virtual Sensei! The new skeleton adds further realism to the motion analysis: it allows observing the exact 3D orientation and position of each human bone, giving a more accurate vision of the sport gesture than the standard dummy.

Overview

Published on August 30, 2010 By Alessandro Timmi
Virtual Sensei is a software developed by Alessandro Timmi, with the supervision and collaboration of Prof. Ettore Pennestrì, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Rome Tor Vergata. Its purpose is the evaluation of sports motions based on quantitative parameters and not on sensitive impressions or empirical methods. It was tested on karate athletes, but could […]