CAMERA

Centre for the Analysis of Motion, Entertainment Research and Applications

About

The Centre for the Analysis of Motion, Entertainment Research and Applications (CAMERA) has been funded for an initial five-year period by the EPSRC, AHRC and the University of Bath. It exists to accelerate the impact of fundamental research being undertaken at the University in the Departments of Computer Science and Health.

Our Research

CAMERA has several principal research themes which help direct our work: entertainment, human performance enhancement and rehabilitation.

You can explore our research output by theme.

Latest News

Buffed-up avatars deter us from exercising hard
Buffed-up avatars deter us from exercising hard

An award-winning paper from CAMERA Co-I, Dr Christof Lutteroth at the University of Bath shows people perform better in VR exerc...

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Analysis and prevention of spinal injuries in horse racing
Analysis and prevention of spinal injuries in horse racing

CAMERA Co-Investigators, Dr Dario Cazzola and Dr Polly McGuigan have received funding from The Racing Foundation to carry out re...

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Motion capture technology used to prevent falls in older people
Motion capture technology used to prevent falls in older people

Volunteers in their seventies have donned motion capture suits for a study using Hollywood technology to assess the benefits of ...

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New Job Opportunities at CAMERA
New Job Opportunities at CAMERA

We have three exciting new job opportunities at CAMERA! CAMERA has been awarded funding from the European Structural Investment ...

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