Demonstrate the use of one or more Microsoft Kinect infrared cameras for the application of passive data collection during human in the loop (HITL) tests. By using the low-cost COTS cameras, modifying free open source software, and creating custom software interfaces, the team will demonstrate the collection of data to create real-time, high-resolution 3D computer models of humans, space suits, and vehicles in operational test environments, allowing for quantitative graphical analysis of suit function, vehicle design, crew accommodation, and analysis of crew tasks.More »
The data collection modes have impacts on time to analyze the data and reach conclusions on the meaning of the data.
This project provided modes that can be compared and measured using time to completion. Future data collection modalities can use findings.More »
|Organizations Performing Work||Role||Type||Location|
|Johnson Space Center (JSC)||Lead Organization||NASA Center||Houston, TX|
|Lockheed Martin Space Systems||Supporting Organization||Industry|
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