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  • A Comparative Analysis of Keyframing to Motion Capture in American Sign Language Animations. Matthew Sanders, Tim Dale, Andrew Ryzner, Laurie Ide, Joe Humbert, Purdue University, USA. 2006.
  • Three-dimensional assessment of the judo techniques frequently used in competition throwing. Luis Santos, Javier Fernandez-Rio, María Luisa Ruiz, Miguel del Valle, Mike Callan, Bob Challis, Stanislaw Sterkowicz – Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge, UK), University of Oviedo (Spain), University School of Physical Education (Cracow, Poland). 2014.
  • Facial reanimation with gracilis muscle transfer neurotized to cross-facial nerve graft versus masseteric nerve: a comparative study using the FACIAL CLIMA evaluating system. B. Hontanilla, D. Marre, A. Cabello, Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Clínica Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain. 2010.
  • Influencia de la práctica de actividad física en la calidad de vida y la movilidad de hombro de mujeres operadas de cáncer de mama. N. Tomé Boisán, S. Diez Lealy, J. García-López. Instituto de Biomedicina (IBIOMED) de la Universidad de León, Spain. 2010.
  • Valoración biomecánica en el ámbito laboral. Mónica Bonilla Eizaguirre – Centro médico de biomecánica aplicada BAASYS, Spain. 2011.
  • Impact of Force Feedback on Computer Aided Ergonomics Analyses. H. Onan Demirel and V. G. Duffy – Purdue University, USA. 2009.
  • Validating Optical Motion Capture Assessments of the Dynamic Aspects of Work. Jackie Sutherland and Vincent Duffy. Purdue University, USA. 2007.
  • Caracterización de gestos deportivos con sistemas digitales de captura de movimiento. Andrea Torres Ruiz – Universidad Manuela Beltrán.
  • Análisis biomecánico de la esgrima mediante sistemas optoelectrónicos de análisis de movimiento. Estudio de caso: deportista de alto rendimiento. Andrea Torres Ruiz – Universidad Manuela Beltrán, Spain. 2007.
  • Angular position, range of motion and velocity of arm elevation: A study of consistency of performance. Joan Garcıa-Alsina, Concepción García Almazan, José Moranta Mesquida, Eulogio Pleguezuelos Cobo – Elsevier. 2005.
  • Differencies in kinematics parameters in soccer kicks between male and female / Diferencias en parámetros cinemáticos del golpeo en fútbol entre hombres y mujeres. Gonzalez-Jurado, J. A.; Pérez Amate, M. M. y Floría Martín, P. 2012.
  • Desarrollo Piloto De Sistema De Telerrehabilitación. Isaac Gómez Fraga (Hospital Donostia), Xabier Valencia Murua (Hospital Donostia), Gorka Epelde Unanue (Vicomtech) – Congreso Nacional de Rehabilitación, Spain. 2014.
  • EREHAB: Ubiquitious Multidevice Personalised Telerehabilitation Platform. G. Epelde, E. Carrasco, I. Gómez-Fraga, K. Vivanco, J. Jiménez, O. Rueda, A. Bizkarguenaga, D. Sevilla, P. Sánchez. 2012.
  • EXPERIMEDIA: Experiments in live social and networked media experiences – Experiment Results and Recommendation. J. M. Jiménez. 2013.
  • Musical Performance over Internet using the AccessGrid. Charles Nichols, Scott Deal, Timothy J. Rogers, Jimmy Miklavcic, Beth Miklavcic, Many Ayromlou, Robert Wachtel1, Paul Mercer, Joe Humbert, Rob King – USA. 2006.
  • Mixing Dance Realities: Collaborative Development of Live-Motion Capture In a Performing Arts Environment. W. Scott Meador, Timothy J. Rogers, Kevin O’Neal, Eric Kurt, and Carol Cunningham – ACM Computers in Entertainment, Volume 2, Number 2. April 2004.
  • Multimodal Prop-Based Interaction with Virtual Mock-Up: CAD Model Integration And Human Performance Evaluation. Damien Chamaret and Paul Richard. University of Angers.
  • Interdisciplinary Applications of New Instruments. Alain Baumann & Rosa Sánchez – Konic. 2002.
  • Digital Extensions to Cultural Objects – Object Identity through ‘Contextualized’ Presentations. Verdy Kwee, Nikolaos Mavridis, Hend Tair, Shaikha Maqdahi, Amna Shehi, Amna Yammahi. The United Arab Emirates University, UAE.
  • The IbnSina Center: An Augmented Reality Theater with Intelligent Robotic and Virtual Characters. Nikolaos Mavridis and David Hanson, Member, IEEE.
  • Automatic three-dimensional quantitative analysis for evaluation of facial movement. B. Hontanilla, C. Auba. ELSEVIER. 2007.
  • The Center for the Digital Moving Image Project. H. Gordon Brooks II. Louisiana Technology Innovation Fund University of Louisiana.
  • Time-of-Flight Camera Based Virtual Reality Interaction for Balance Rehabilitation Purposes. Danilo Avola, Luigi Cinque, Stefano Levialdi, Andrea Petracca, Giuseppe Placidi and Matteo Spezialetti. University of L’Aquila. 2014.
  • Two gesture recognition systems for immersive math education of the Deaf. Nicoletta Adamo-Villani, Justin Heisler, Laura Arns. Purdue University.
  • Virtual Reality: A Tool for the Disabled People Labour Integration. Jesús Mª López de Ipiña, Jokin Rubio, Benjamín Rubio, Ander Viteri, Celina Vaquero, Alberto Pelaz. Fundación Leia CDT – Spain, 2007.