H. Martin Schepers

H. Martin. Schepers received the M.Sc. degree and the Ph.D. degree, both in electrical engineering, from the University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, in 2004 and 2009, respectively. His Ph.D. work was part of the FreeMotion project, which researches accurate and reliable methods of ambulatory motion analysis to provide practical decision making tools to a large group of professionals in health care, ergonomics, and sports. After his Ph.D., he started working within the Research department at Xsens Technologies B.V., where he is currently working as a Lead Algorithms Engineer on motion capture technology based on fusion of inertial sensing with various aiding sensor technologies.

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Hand Pose Estimation by Fusion of Inertial and Magnetic Sensing Aided by a Permanent Magnet
Tracking human body motions using inertial sensors has become a well-accepted method in ambulatory applications since the subject is not confined to a lab-bounded volume. However, a major drawback is the inability to estimate relative body positions over time because... Read more