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Research Environments

Performance and Multimodal Interaction Lab (PMIL)

PMIL is a multi-purpose facility for data collection and experiments in multimodal interaction. It currently features a 17 camera motion capture system, 3 head mounted gaze trackers, VR equipment and sound recording equipment. PMIL is primarily used by researchers and teachers at EECS. There are also several external collaborations e.g. with Stockholm University of the Arts. In recent years, research usage has increased beyond the initial domain of multimodal interaction due to several large externally funded projects in the area of social robotics. The infrastructure is designed to be updated and extended continuously to fill the need at KTH of a state-of-the-art facility for capturing and studying human performance and interaction. To this end we expect the facility to exist and develop for the foreseeable future.

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Belongs to: Speech, Music and Hearing (TMH)
Last changed: Aug 17, 2021