Biological motion contains information about sex, weight, emotional state and personality traits. Based on the walking patterns of 100 individual walkers, we derive dimensions that reflect how walking changes as a function of biological and psychological attributes.
The BMLwalker was first published as part of a paper that appeared in 2002 in the Journal of Vision.
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