Short Description:  Interview: "Improving human movement analysis" with Antonio Camurri, published in the Digital Single Market Newsroom of the European Commission website.

 8 January 2020 

Location: Casa Paganini - InfoMus, Genoa, Italy 

Long Description:  Antonio Camurri, professor of Human Computer Interaction at the University of Genova, is the coordinator of the EnTimeMent. He started working on this ambitious project in 2019. The creation of realistic animations of virtual characters in videogames and movies, or the analysis of human movement in sport trainings and in therapies for rehabilitation are just a few examples of the many applications of motion capture technology. Professor Antonio Camurri has helped to ...

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