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Readme.md

MyoWebToolkit

Live demo simulation Live demo recording
  1. What is it?

    This is a series of tools for Myo to do the following:

    • Remote data recording

    • Visualization of data

    • Simulation of hand gestures

    • A toolkit to do research on EMG, Muscles, Forces, Bone movements, Hand gestures

    • and more at:
      Dimitrios Ververidis, Sotirios Karavarsamis, Spiros Nikolopoulos, and Ioannis Kompatsiaris. 2016. Pottery gestures style comparison by exploiting Myo sensor and forearm anatomy. In Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Movement and Computing (MOCO '16). ACM, New York, NY, USA, , Article 3 , 8 pages. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/2948910.2948924

  2. Requirements

    • Server You need both Apache server and Node.js server

      • Download XAMPP
      • Download Node.js
    • Client

      • You need a Chrome browser
      • You need a Myo device
  3. How to install?

    Server:

    • Copy everything to a path visible to web or your local client
    • Install Apache server and run it
    • Install Node.js server and run "StartNodeServer.bat"
  4. How to use?

    • Simulation

    • Data Recording

      • Wear Myo
      • Open Chrome browser and type:
        http://serverurl:3000/indexRecording.html
        where serverurl is your server path.
      • Write a nickname
      • Make hand gestures
      • Find your data at recordings/data_[mynickname].txt
  5. How to extend?

    • Use phpstorm and connect to this repo at github
    • Upload your modifications
    • Follow any tasks assigned here
  6. Contact

    Dimitrios Ververidis,
    ververid@iti.gr,
    Centre for Research and Technology Hellas
    Information Technologies Institute
    Multimedia, Knowledge and Social Media analytics lab
    http://mklab.iti.gr

Release Notes

  • 0.7 Publish at Github : 06/04/2017
  • 0.61 DB recorder : 05/04/2017
  • 0.6 Code tide up : 19/02/2016
  • 0.5 Joints added : 18/02/2016
  • 0.4 Integrated with Myo : 02/02/2016

Acknowledgements

Bones models are retrieved from:

Mitsuhashi, N., Fujieda, K., Tamura, T., Kawamoto, S., Takagi, T., and Okubo, K. BodyParts3D: 3D structure database for anatomical concepts. Nucleic acids research 37, suppl 1 (2009), D782–D785. http://lifesciencedb.jp/bp3d/


The research leading to these results has received funding from the:

European Union 7th Framework Programme (FP7/2011-9) under grant agreement 600676 corresponding to project i-Treasures, “Intangible Treasures - Capturing the Intangible Cultural Heritage and Learning the Rare Know-How of Living Human Treasures”, http://i-treasures.eu.

and currently:

This work is part of the ENVISAGE project that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 731900. http://www.envisage-h2020.eu/