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    Title: 在智慧型手機上應用磁感應器進行人體動作分析
    Other Titles: Applying magnetic sensor for body movement analysis on smart phone
    Authors: 黃瀚賢;Huang, Han-Hsien
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊工程學系碩士班
    陳瑞發;Chen, Jui-Fa
    Keywords: 人體動作分析;智慧型手機;磁感應器;陀螺儀;拉邦動作分析;Body Movement Analysis;Smart phone;Magnetic Sensor;Gyroscope;Laban Movement Analysis
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 18:56:33 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:   近年來智慧型手機愈來愈普及,不僅運算能力強,智慧型手機上也搭載了多樣化的感應器,讓使用者能得到更多環境中的資訊,其中,磁感應器已成為智慧型手機上的標準配備。
      In recent years, smart phones become increasingly popular. More than having strong computing ability, smart phones are equipped with a variety of sensors. Users can get even more information by the sensors. Among the sensors, magnetic sensor has become the standard equipment on smart phones.
      In this thesis, we analyze the rotational angle of magnetic sensor on smart phones and calculate the angular velocity and angular acceleration of the smart phones to achieve the capability which is similar to gyro sensor. The magnetic sensor is used to detect the change of the angle and to predict the displacement of the phones moving along the same axis. Finally, the rotational angle, the angular velocity, the angular acceleration of the smart phones and the LMA theory are integrated to determine and classify the users’ motion. Through this determination and classification, the characteristics of user’s motion can be found out.
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