Object feature extraction by grasping movement visually presented
In our everyday life we reach, grasp and manipulate many different objects, and we also look at other people executing these same action. The relationship between some intrinsic object features and the temporal coordination of joints` motion during reach to grasp tasks are extensively described in literature by a growing corpus of researches. Human sensibility to the biological motion is also extensively studied, with a focus on the capability to recognize human actions and their subtle details from highly impoverished stimuli, like ‘point-light displays’.
|VICON components||Visual data collection setup|
|Example of stimuli in egocentric and allocentric perspective and object used in grasping task||Marker displacement during hand movement recording|