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Enhancing E-Commerce: 3D avatars optimize online shopping

Increasing Revenue – Reducing Return Rates – Optimizing Customer Experience Customers are more digital than ever before and their expectations of the buying experience are rapidly increasing. However, online shopping is not yet able to completely replace local shopping. Online shops often cannot provide enough information about a product for customers to make an informed …

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AI-based mattress solution – more comfort, healthier sleep, fewer returns

The growing number of health-conscious consumers has boosted the mattress market immensely over the years. With disposable income on the rise, more and more consumers are willing to spend generously on health-enhancing products. Insufficient or poor quality sleep can lead to depression, reduced concentration, high blood pressure and heart disease. Consequently, considering the increasing need …

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AI classifies segment location of IMU sensor

Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) provide a portable, cost-effective and easy-to-use solution for all kinds of motion analysis. They are small enough to be attached to any segment of the human body without restricting the area of movement in any way. This flexibility allows motion analysis to be applied in various scenarios with any subject. Motesque …

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Why is motion data the “new gold” in health-tech/ AI?

Live on stage during the GIANT Health Event 2021  – Motesque’s CEO Prof. Dr. Kai Oberländer and CSO Dietmar Hagen Horn are in the MLab, Motesque’s product development and research facility, presenting “why is motion data the new gold in health-tech / AI“? Furthermore Prof. Dr. Kai Oberländer illustrates how Motesque accesses and analyzes motion data and …

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Step length estimation for clinical applications using inertial sensors: Significance, Challenges and Future

Gait disorders are common in society and occur in over 20% of geriatric patients (International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society, 2019). The consequences of gait disorders can be serious. In addition to a slow and unsteady gait, falls can also occur more frequently. Due to the fear of falling, the affected persons increasingly stay at …

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