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bmlTUX: Design and control of experiments in virtual reality and beyond The BioMotionLab Toolkit for Unity Experiments helps you design and run experiments in Unity quickly and iteratively without fussing over coding details. You define your variables and experiment structure, and the toolkit will automatically create a table of trials to run. You can customize […]
Dr. Troje directs the BioMotion Lab. He received his PhD in Biology from the Albert Ludwigs University in Freiburg, Germany, in 1994. Subsequently, he moved to the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen.
Anne received her PhD from the University of Tübingen im May 2019. She worked with Betty Mohler and Michael Black at the Max Planck Institutes for Biological Cybernetics and Intelligent Systems in Tübingen.
Xiaoye (Michael) completed his PhD in Psychology and Cognitive Science at Indiana University, IN, USA. His graduate research primarily focuses on 3D shape perception mediated by various types of visual information, such as stereomotion and monocular structure-from-motion.
Adam just completed his PhD in Psychology at York University. His dissertation examined primate spatial cognition and ecology, developing new methodology for mapping, simulating, and modelling primate movement patterns.
Saeed is a PhD student working on learning human motion representation for action classification, motion prediction, and character animation using deep learning approaches.
Sia is a Ph.D. student in neuroscience studies with a background in electrical and biomedical engineering. Sia joined biomotion lab in January 2017. Currently, He is working on several projects in the biomotion lab using VR,Unity, MATLAB, and motion capture systems.
Max Esser Max is a new Biology MSc student in the lab interested in the perception of biological motion and 3D animation. He is currently working on a motion capture project and learning lots of new skills involving motion capture and building experiments in VR. He is also working towards completing a diploma in neuroscience […]
Viswajit Kumar Viswajit is a Research Assistant in the lab interested in the Two-Stream Hypothesis. He is involved in the post-processing and repository maintenance of the MoVi project. He is also responsible for maintaining the Biomotion Lab website and assisting in administrative tasks. He is currently learning C# and Unity so that he can conduct […]
MoVi: A Large Multipurpose Motion and Video Dataset MoVi is the first human motion dataset to contain synchronized pose, body meshes and video recordings. The MoVi database can be applied in human pose estimation and tracking, human motion prediction and synthesis, action recognition and gait analysis. Publication Here is a link to the preprint […]
Carly King is a new Master’s student in the BioMotion Lab (Fall 2018 – Present). She is currently completing her MA in Psychology, in the Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science program.
Tina is a Research Assistant at BioMotion lab (Winter 2019 – Present). She has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from Amirkabir University of Technology in Iran. She is currently working on the website and some other projects,
David Lutes (Sept 2016 – Nov 2018 ): MSc student since Sept 2016. He is currently doing his course work while learning tools, such as Matlab, the Psychophysics Toolbox, and former students Giles Holland’s amazing PsychBench.
Kimia is a research assistant at BioMotion lab. She has a master’s degree in Sports Psychology. Currently, she is working on a data collection for pose tracking and biomotion analysis applications and, co-supervised by Prof. Gunnar Blohm.