Designing virtual humans for web-based learning processes

Intricacy of movement displayed in a clinical setting

The possibilities of filtering out those behavioural aspects relevant to acquiring technical and/or communicative skills are limited only by the degree of precision with which the method of description is able to account for the real-life movement activity. The particularly high demands made by the activity patterns involved in the clinical field are illustrated in the video below.

Transkriptionstool ScanimFBX: In cooperation with UCT Research, Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences, and the Vinzenz von Paul Training Centre at the Stuttgart Marienhospital


This project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and by the European Social Fund of the European Union.

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