On 6th July 2022 the Project partners of the MILKY-PSY project met at the DIPF in Frankfurt am Main a face-to-face meeting to discuss the development of the project in the two main use case scenarios: (1) the running case, and (2) the human-robot interaction use case.
The partners shared their respective progress within the project entitled “Multimodal Immersive Learning with Artificial Intelligence for Psychomotor Skills” (MILKI-PSY). The topics included:
- conceptual models of running, human-robot interaction
- multimodal sensor collection with Kinect camera, sensor suits, smart wearables and tracking devices
- data storage in real-time data architectures optimised for sensor data
- machine learning approaches specific for human locomotion, human action recognition and movement understanding and assessment
- feedback strategies and approaches for the learner
The multifaceted project financed by the Federal Ministry of Education in Germany will hopefully lead towards a more clear understanding of the psychomotor learning task acquisition such as sport and the potential support of Artificial Intelligence.
The collaborative research project is led by Prof. Dr. Roland Klemke of the Cologne Game Lab of TH Köln. Project partners are the Institute for Product Development and Design Technology (IPK) at TH Köln, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), RWTH Aachen University, the Leibniz Institute for Human Development and Educational Information (DIPF), and the German Sport University Cologne (DSHS).