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Riccardo Trocca
05-07-1999, 02:25 AM
Hi all, I've been a reader of this mailing since some months now, and I have
a question. I'm working in a laboratory where we study the emotional content
of human movement. We are developing some low cost solution to grab
displacement data. One question for the list: which data format is better to
store them? I'd like a pure ASCII data format easy to manipulate. ANd I'd
also like to use one for which there are tool, conversion programs, and so
on.
One solution I've found is DIFF, from Japan.
Ah, forgot, I'd also like to find a library of files about human movement.
I've read in this list that such database should exist, but where can I find
one?
Thanks,
Riccardo Trocca
Laboratory of Musical Informatics
University of Genoa,
Italy

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