Daily Archives: April 12, 2016


OpenPTrack at MW2016

UCLA REMAP researcher and UCLA GSE&IS doctoral student Randy Illum presented OpenPTrack to MW2016 on April 9. One of the conference’s Lightning Talks, Illum’s “OpenPTrack: Body-Based Group Tracking for Informal Learning Spaces” introduced the OpenPTrack platform and OpenPTrack projects-to-date, to generate conversation about the future of body-based interaction and visitor engagement (at museums and other cultural institutions).  MW2016 […]

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OpenPTrack at GTC

Jeff Burke and Matteo Munaro presented OpenPTrack at the GPU Technology Conference (GTC) on April 6. Their presentation, “Real-Time Person Tracking on Jetson with OpenPTrack,” included an overview of OpenPTrack and real-world deployments in the arts, culture and education, a demonstration, and the technology roadmap using the NVIDIA Jetson, for which OpenPTrack has recently been optimized. GTC is the largest annual event for […]


OpenPTrack installed at cheLA in Buenos Aires, Argentina

OpenPTrack has been installed at cheLA in Buenos Aires, Argentina. A center for the interpretive merging of arts, culture, technology and community, cheLA is a long-time partner of UCLA REMAP. Their continued collaboration and this semi-permanent deployment equips educators, researchers, designers, and artists working across disciplines with an interface for body-based, human-computer interaction. UCLA REMAP Executive Director Jeff Burke presented the installation and OpenPTrack, now […]

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